#SocMedHE18 – running 9th January if anyone interested in following on twitter…

Dear All

You are warmly invited to attend the Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference hosted at Nottingham Trent University on the 9th January 2019

 

#SocMedHE18 is nudged into the New Year and is the fourth SocMedHE Conference. The event will provide open spaces to share, discuss and develop notions about how we are using social media to create a vibrant learning space.

Our keynote is Dr Maren Deepwell, Chief Executive Officer, Association for Learning Technology who will help us to address the conference themes of Openness, Digital Identity, and Creativity.

The programme is made up of a choice of 26 sessions submitted from across the sector, with plenty of opportunities to interact with presenters and facilitators and take part in challenges including #mugafesto – ‘the elevator pitch on a mug’ – the crowdsourcing activity that explains the value of social media for learning.

Register now – to join us in the New Year! All the information you need is at: https://socmedhe18.wordpress.com

On behalf of the SocMedHE Organising Team

Sue

Sue Beckingham NTF, SFHEA, FSEDA, CMALT, MA, MSc TELIC, PgCLTHE.

National Teaching Fellow | Principal Lecturer in Business Information Systems and Technology | LTA Lead for Computing | Educational Developer (TEL) | Visiting Fellow Edge Hill University

Sheffield Hallam University | Department of Computing | Faculty of Science, Technology and Arts

T: 0114 225 6923

Latest publications:
Beckingham, S. (2018) Baseline Skills—Scaffolding Soft Skills Development Within the Curriculum. In J, Carter, M. O’Grady and C. Rosen (Eds) Higher Education Computer Science: A Manual of Practical Approaches. Springer.
Beckingham, S. (2018) Using Social Media to Learn from Conferences. In C. Popovic. (Ed.) Learning from Academic Conferences, Leiden: Brill | Sense.

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