Posts By: Debbie Holley

Free online webinar: Online Maths Support for Remote Learners Wednesday 3rd July 2019,  10.00am – 4.00pm

The sigma Network is delighted to announce a FREE event for anyone with an interest in mathematics and statistics support in Higher Education: Online Maths Support for Remote Learners Wednesday 3rd July 2019,  10.00am – 4.00pm Staffordshire University The scene will be set with presentations from Dr Sue Pawley and Dr Tim Lowe from the Open University, who… Read more »

Augmented Reality: “the ultimate display” guest blog post from Dr Mike Hobbs

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A blog created with Dr Mike Hobbs, Visiting Research Fellow, CEL. “If the task of the display is to serve as a looking-glass into the mathematical wonderland constructed in computer memory, it should serve as many senses as possible.” Sutherland, I. Augmented Reality: “the ultimate display” re-edited with permission in www.wired.com (2009) Available electronically:  https://www.wired.com/2009/09/augmented-reality-the-ultimate-display-by-ivan-sutherland-1965/… Read more »

CAN 2019 – Change agents’ network conference programme

Apologies for cross posting, this may of interest. === We very much hope you and your students can join us for this celebration of student staff partnerships and how they are driving forward innovation in digital. The 7th annual conference is being hosted by The Open University on their Milton Keynes campus on the 29-30 May…. Read more »

The BU Assessment and Feedback Toolkit: leading the way at ALDinHE

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Anne Quinney, Ann Luce and Debbie Holley presented the BU Assessment and Feedback Toolkit to a national audience in a workshop at the ALDinHE conference last week. Alongside their work, two keynotes set the tone for different aspects of life in Higher Education today. The link to the programme is here, and all slides, presentations… Read more »

CEL welcome visitors from the Police Science Academy, Sharjah, UAE

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Professor Raian Ali, Professor of Computing in the Department of Computing and Informatics  hosted our visitors as they found out how gamification elements  and persuasive technologies can be used in education, and exchanged ideas and experiences around this topic in their host Faculty, Science and Technology. CEL were delighted to be part of their visit,… Read more »

10th anniversary year and the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education (JLDHE)

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Colleagues – some interesting articles here: This is our 10th anniversary year and the Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education (JLDHE) has a number of exciting developments to report: Firstly, Issue 14 is now live online: http://journal.aldinhe.ac.uk/index.php/jldhe/index The contents of this edition are as follows: Editorial PDF Papers Making use of students’ digital habits in higher education: What they… Read more »

Apologies for cross -posting – PhD bursaries in ‘R’ this summer

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R Summer School Courses methods@manchester Summer School 1-12 July 2019 University of Manchester Limited PhD Bursaries Available   methods@manchester is delighted to be holding its annual Summer School from 1-12 July 2019.   The Summer School offers a range of specialised courses covering a variety of topics that are particularly relevant to postgraduate and ECR research… Read more »

Today! Do join in an excellent webinar Tuesday 2nd April 12.00-13.00

Working One to One: Authentically Student-centred Learning Development   Dr Helen Webster Head of the Writing Development Centre Newcastle University   About this conversation Learning Developers, Personal Tutors, Peer Mentors, Dyslexia Tutors, Librarians… Many of us work one to one with students to help them reflect on their learning and develop their academic literacies and wider… Read more »