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STARTFINISH#SUSALT17 5 July 2017 Conference Programme
Reaching for Teaching Excellence
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08.3009.15Registration (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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KEYNOTETheatre Taliesin Arts Centre
Jane Hart Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies
'Learning in the Modern Workplace'
Taliesin Theatre
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09.3010.30
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PARALLEL SESSION 1Lecture 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
Faraday Foyer
(Max Attendees per session 10)
Room 1
Fulton House
Room 2
Fulton House
Room 3
Fulton House
Vivian Tower
Room 404
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10.4511.45GETTING STUDENT’s HANDS WET – Taking advantage of SU’s research boat and unique aquaculture facilities to enhance the learning experience
Sara Barrento, Ben Whittaker, Rebecca Stringwell, Paul Howes, Andre Pires, Ben Jennings, Rob Smith and Carlos Garcia de Leaniz
Pingo: An Interactive, LaTex Compatible, Cloud Based System for Interaction in Large Groups.
Kristian Evans
Using Kipling to teach research methods
Helen Hodges
Students as Co-Creators in Induction and Transition
Nia Davies, Melanie Healy
HoloLec: Augmented Reality in Teaching
Tom Owen, Sean Walton, Matt Jones

NB Limited Space in this Workshop but this is repeated later in the day
"VIRTUAL REALITY
How virtual reality can enhance real-life learning and teaching."
Marc Holmes, Laura Mason, Rhian Kerton, Paul Holland

NB Limited Space in this Workshop but this is repeated later in the day
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Active Learning with professional learners
Beth Griffiths

Session Withdrawn
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FACTS: Using Video conference to create virtual communities of practice
Ana Da Silva
The Revision Zone - efficient and effective learning for assessment
Sue Evans
A Student Evaluation on playful and non-playful tasks when studying research methods
Pete King
Flourishing Under Fire: Tips for promoting student resilience
Sharon Harvey
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Doctors for Wales: developing an undergraduate BSc ‘feeder stream’ to Graduate Entry Medicine.
Melanie Healy, Nia Davies, Jessica Fletcher, Jodie Croxall and Lisa Wallace
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Using concepts of a Community of Practice and Co-creation to develop a completely new BSc programme.
Susanne Darra
Future proofing students for technological changes in the professional world.
Terry Filer
Developing Resilience for Students Taking Vocational Courses
Christopher Horn
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Teaching Excellence in Higher Education: Creating perturbations in dynamical Student-Lecturer interactions.
Joanne Hudson, Keith Davids, Laura Mason
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The “Snackification” of learning.
Rhian Meara
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11.4512.15Tea & Coffee ( Taliesin Cafe 1st Floor)
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PARALLEL SESSION 2Lecture 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
Faraday FoyerRoom 1
Fulton House
Room 2
Fulton House
Room 3
Fulton House
Vivian Tower
Room 404
(Max Attendees per session 10)
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12.3013.30OneNote Class Notebook - Your New VLE?
Chris Jobling
Dealing with students’ employability queries – a guide to help Swansea University staff
Zdravka Kamenova, Jennie James and Rebecca Vaughan
The use of remote labs to contextualize learning and teaching in engineering mathematics
Marcelo Zannin, Natércia Lima, Arcelina Marques, Ricardo Costa, Gustavo Alves, Karin Ennser, Juarez B. da Silva, Ingvar Gustavsson.
Can we define the characteristics of a good teacher ?
Simon Gibbon
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Audio feedback with TurnItIn
Vivienne Rogers
How can focusing on employability and entrepreneurship improve teaching excellence in my subject area? - exploring an ontology of employability best practice in higher education institutions
Sian Rees
A bridge for excellence: Transition and Transformation through Higher Education
Joel Loveridge, Jenny Stanford, Ian Mabbett
Critical reflection for teaching and assessment: Learning to understand vs learning to pass
Catherine Groves
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Flipped, Authentic and Quick Marked Labs
Paul Holland, Rhian Kerton
Can incorporating factors that influence career choices into the undergraduate curriculum ensure that the University is producing graduates that are better matched to their chosen vocation?
Caryl Richards, Marianne Broderick
Quis docet doctores? Supporting trainee educators in the delivery of an excellent learning environment
Andrew Mckinley
Critical Skills in the Humanities
Mario von der Ruhr
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LUNCH
Lunch and Refreshments
Fulton House Refectory Area
Poster Exhibition
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13.3014.30
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PARALLEL SESSION 3Lecture 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
Faraday Foyer
(Max Attendees per session 10)
Room 1
Fulton House
Room 2
Fulton House
Room 3
Fulton House
Vivian Tower
Room 404
(Max Attendees per session 10)
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14.3015.30Uncivil Behaviour in Higher Education (Nursing) - Students Perceptions
Deborah Rowberry
The Development of Students Emotional Self-awareness through Creative Images.
Beryl Mansel, Sarah Done
Start where you are, use what you can: An online professional portfolio in the Spanish class
Tanya May, James Turner, Victoria Clark
HoloLec: Augmented Reality in Teaching
Tom Owen, Sean Walton, Matt Jones
Lightboard Studio: A facility for recording or live broadcasting interactive video lectures
Karin Ennser, Richard Cobley and Gareth Evans
Promoting Interaction and Efficiency in Groupwork
Patricia Xavier, Richard Butterfield, Clare Wood
Is Paper Dead ?
Jennifer Stanford, Andrew McKinley, Joel Loveridge
"VIRTUAL REALITY
How virtual reality can enhance real-life learning and teaching."

Marc Holmes, Laura Mason, Rhian Kerton, Paul Holland


NB this is a repeated workshop from Session 1 due to limited space availability
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Flipping the classroom for adult nursing students: a case study
Gabby Rowley-Conwy
Elearning and Sabre Toothed Tigers. How to use technology enhanced learning to best compliment our course content and how we learn.
Ben Martin, Gareth Davies
Using Wix to create Group Websites for Business Spanish
Patricia Rodriguez-Martinez
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Reverse Engineering as a tool for teaching the Aerospace Design
Zoran Jelilc
A View of the Bay - from two perspectives
Ellen Spender
Using Whatsapp and Wikipedia as L&T drivers
Pedro Telles, Richard Davies
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BREAKAfternoon Refreshments Taliesin Cafe 1st Floor
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15.3016.00
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CLOSING KEYNOTECLOSING KEYNOTE
Reaching for Teaching Excellence - Next Steps
Professor Martin Stringer Swansea University / Professor Jane Thomas SALT
Taliesin Theatre
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16.0017.30HEA Fellowship, ELTA Awards
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KEYLightning Talk (5 mins no Q&AStandard Presentation (15 mins plus 5 mins Q&A)Workshop (1 Hour)NB: Posters will be on view during the lunch period in Fulton House Refectory
Electronic Copies of posters can be found online via the SALT Conference PADLET Site at goo.gl/QyyFVb
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