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STARTFINISH#SUSALT16 28 June 2016 Conference Programme
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08.3009.15Registration & Coffee (Taliesin Cafe 1st Floor)
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WELCOME
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9.1509.30Theatre Taliesin Arts Centre
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Conference Chair Director of SALT Professor Jane Thomas
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Opening Address and Welcome Pro Vice Chancellor Professor Hilary Lappin-Scott
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KEYNOTETheatre Taliesin Arts Centre
Professor Martin Weller Open University
'Digital and Open scholarship – what’s it got to do with me?'
Taliesin Theatre
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09.3010.30
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10.3010.40Conference Outline Director of SALT Professor Jane Thomas
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Shuffle Time
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PARALLEL SESSION 1Taliesin Arts Centre
(Theatre)
Main Building
Lecture Room C
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room D
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room G
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room H
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room J
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
SALT Training Room
Top Floor
Former CDS Building
(Max Attendees 20)
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10.4511.45Panel Session CP26 Developing a Welsh Skills Framework for Pre-Qualifying MidwivesCP22 Embedding employability in your curriculum through the SEA AwardCP33 Transforming the student learning experience with the 'Triple V' model of experiential learningCP6 Using blended learning for effective learning and teaching of engineering at Swansea University
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CP2 Developing Effective Journal Writing: Implementation of Guidance for the Learning Journal for undergraduate student midwives.CP41 Students’ Journey through the Swansea Employability Academy (SEA) AwardCP46 From “those flipping assignments” to “ELTS’ flipped assignments”
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NB: There is no scheduled morning break however Tea / Coffee will be available in each of the parallel session areas for Session 2
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PARALLEL SESSION 2Taliesin Arts Centre
(Theatre)
Main Building
Lecture Room C
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room D
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room G
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room H
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room J
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
SALT Training Room
Top Floor
Former CDS Building
(Max Attendees 20)
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12.0013.00CP49 Countdown to Swansea: A social media based pre-arrival engagement for new psychology students to aid the transition to Higher Education.CP50 Examining the Relationship between Student Cognitive and Psychological Engagement and Academic PerformanceCP7 The use of Peer Assessment via Blackboard - Attainment and Student PerceptionsCP35 Formative feedback on examplesCP24 Cognitive apprenticeship. A framework for practice based learning.CP51 How to embed entrepreneurship into your programmes
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CP52 Growing Pains The Use of Discussion Boards for Summative Assessment: The Teenage YearsCP9 Mind-mapping as an interactive seminar toolCP39 Peer Mentoring of First Year StudentsCP20 Comprehensive lecture notes vs gapped lecture notes – a case study and a surveyCP48 One size fits all? Using a substantial, live dataset of student tutorial records to inform college-specific writing courses.
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CP34 Can a Blackboard module be gamified?CP21 Contemplating the feedback process: Student nurses and nurse tutors perceptions of assessment feedback on written summative assignmentsCP31 Planning Efficiency: increasing engagement without drastically increasing your workload
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LUNCHLunch and Refreshments
Taliesin Cafe 1st Floor
Poster Exhibition
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13.0014.15
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PARALLEL SESSION 3Taliesin Arts Centre
(Theatre)
Main Building
Lecture Room C
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room D
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room G
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room H
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
Lecture Room J
Ground Floor
Faraday Building
SALT Training Room
Top Floor
Former CDS Building
(Max Attendees 20)
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14.1515.15CP1 Using Dynamic Narratives to Facilitate Enquiry-Based Learning: Developing Holistic Understanding and Approaches to Maternity Care.CP44 Gaining employability skills through practical application of Value Added Taxation (VAT)CP17 Developing classroom practice: Learning lessons from leadership literatureCP37 Embedding Employability through Student Engagement across the Criminology Curricula: ‘The Egg Drop Challenge’CP32 Step4Excellence: Study Skills Supporting Staff - Supporting Students
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CP47 Peering into PregnancyCP43 Benefits and problems of introducing clicker questions for learning and assessmentCP29 Using a Storyboard Approach for Guided Discovery LearningCP3 It's NICE to search the EvidenceCP11 Development of Geography and Geology terminology in British Sign Language
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CP18 An IPython/Jupyter Based Platform to Support Teaching in Data AnalyticsCP30 Leading by doing – undertaking a module assignment and sharing the results with studentsCP42 Interdisciplinarity within a Maths module: pros and cons
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BREAKAfternoon Refreshments Taliesin Cafe 1st Floor
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15.1515.30
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CLOSING KEYNOTECLOSING KEYNOTE
Professor Martin Stringer Swansea University
Taliesin Theatre
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15.3016.45HEA Fellowship, ELTA Awards
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KEYLightning Talk (10 mins plus 5 Q&A)Standard Presentation (20 mins plus 10 Q&A)Workshop (1 Hour)NB: Posters will be on view in the Taliesin Cafe Bar during all refreshment breaks. Electronic Copies of posters can be found online via the SALT Conference PADLET Site
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Notes: † paper will no longer be presented@debbaff June 2016
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