Technology Enhanced Learning at Sussex

Seminar series

Spring Term 2020/21

Celia PopovicTurning the Tables – supporting SoTL and involving students

Celia Popovic, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at York University, Toronto, Canada

In this webinar, Celia will present the finding of an SoTL project that aimed to identify the support needed by faculty engaging in SoTL, while involving students in the research process.  The project identifies ways to overcome common challenges such as competing priorities and a lack of background knowledge and research skills relevant to SoTL work. [ Register here]

Date: Fri 5th March 2021 |  Time: 14:00-15:00 Venue: Online webinar

Spring Term 2019/20

Image of Professor Lydia ArnoldGetting started with pedagogic action research

Professor Lydia Arnold, Harper Adams University

Pedagogic Action Research (PedAR) is a powerful research approach with the potential to change our ways of working, as well as our knowledge, values and relationships.It can help us to address our own individual practice-related questions such as ‘how can I support students to succeed in assessment?’ and ‘how can we support learners to learn online?’ [ More Info ]

Date: Tues 30th June 2020 |  Time: 14:00-15:00 Venue: Online webinar

Professor Pam ParkerIntroduction to Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Professor Pam Parker, City, University of London

This seminar will provide an introduction to SoTL and what this means for individuals, institutions and the national and international context. We will explore how SoTL activities can provide evidence for our practice and the variety of activities we can engage in.  [ More Info ]

Date: Thurs 27th February 2020    |  Time: 10:00-12:00 |  Venue: The Quiet Room, Meeting House  

Spring Term 2018/19

Mark Glynn and Lisa DonaldsonTechnology and Education: opportunities and challenges for equality

Maren Deepwell, Mary Krell, Dr. Tamsin Hinton-Smith

Technology has always played a significant role in education - whether it was the fountain pen and printing press of the past or today’s mobile devices, online study and immersive technologies. It cannot be assumed, however, that technologies will offer equal opportunities to all or that there is equality in all the spaces where technology and education meet and interact.. [ More Info ]

Date: Friday 17th May    |  Time: 12:00-13:30 |  Venue: ACCA - Jane Attenborough Studio   

Mark Glynn and Lisa DonaldsonFocusing on the basics of Digital Accessibility

Dr David Sloan, The Paciello Group

Digital accessibility has become a significant concern across higher education, in part due to legal obligations, and also due to the opportunities that inclusive digital teaching... [ More Info ]

Date: Friday 22nd February    |  Time: 12:30-14:00 |  Venue: ACCA - Jane Attenborough Studio   


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