2016 Online Winter Conference timetable
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ALT ONLINE WINTER CONFERENCE 2016
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Showcasing Learning Technology #altc
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6-8 December 2016
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Please use the full interactive online programme to plan your schedule.
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Webinars sessions are 45 min long, with 30 min for the actual webinar, 15 min for set up, arrival & moving to next session.
Other sessions are scheduled for 1 hour to give extra time for set up & questions.
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The timetable is still subject to change - the final version will be published on the ALT Online Winter Conference Website
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Day 1: Tuesday 6th December
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9.30amWelcome & orientation
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WebinarsTweet chatsEdit-a-thon & wildcard
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10.00Recognising Prior Learning with an online e-portfolio assessment tool & an open, online RPL assessor skills course [70]
Lead: Gavin Clinch
Peer Note Banks [99]
Lead: Mark Shand
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10.45iLead by Example [81]
Lead: Ralph Lowerson
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11.30The rounded self – exploring how digital technology can be used to help student’s present soft-skills [86]
Lead: Daniel Scott
Tweetchatting about institutional models for supporting Technology Enhanced Learning [103]
Lead: Julie Voce
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12.15Social Learning Networks: What, Why and Why? [107]
Lead: Anthony Ash
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13.00 - 13.30Lunch break
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WebinarsTweet chatsEdit-a-thon & wildcard
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13.30
Construals as Objects-to-Converse-With: Making the Strange Familiar and the Familiar Strange [94]
Lead: Meurig Beuyon
#101creativeideas Challenge [75]
Lead: Eleanor Hannan
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14.15Pre-entry module design: preparing incoming students for HE study (with a smidgeon of play) [74]
Lead: Fiona MacNeill
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15.00Thinking spaces: Mahara as a domain of your own [85]
Lead: Teresa MacKinnon
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15.45
Student engagement: creation of online materials [91]
Lead: Clare Thomson
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16.30UniCam - A scalable, modular, affordable way to capture video in the classroom [69]
Lead: Mark Glynn
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17.15Day 1 ends
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Day 2: Wednesday 7th December
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9.30amWelcome & orientation
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WebinarsTweet chatsEdit-a-thon & wildcard
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10.00Introduction to EdShare [87]
Lead: Kelly Terrell
Where do we go from here? The potential (and shortcomings) of Facebook Live [93]
Lead: Nicola Beer
90
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10.45Postcards from a CMALT Mentor [83]
Lead: David Watson
60
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11.30Becoming a ghost in the machine ... [77]
Lead: Andrew Smith
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12.15MOOCS: A Catalyst for Change? The MOOC Survey – The Final Results! [89]
Lead: James Little
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13.00 - 14.00Lunch break
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WebinarsTweet chatsEdit-a-thon & wildcard
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14.00 Jisc consultation on how can we use data to improve teaching and learning? [80]
Lead: Ruth Drysdale
Embedding digital skills in the curriculum [79]
Lead: Anne Hole
Are you sure you want to use Open Badges? An Open Badges Quality Hack Session! [101]
Lead: Grainne Hamilton
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14.45So What IS Digital Literacy Anyway? [71]
Lead: Rebecca Ferriday
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15.30Choices and Consequences: interactive scenarios using in-class polling [95]
Lead: Adam Warren
#LTHEchat from 8-9pm GMT:
Shared twitter chat on open education and diversity [82]
Lead: Teresa MacKinnon
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16.15Getting published on the ALT Blog [92]
Lead: Chris Rowell
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17.00Day 2 ends
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Day 3: Thursday 8th December
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9.30amWelcome & orientation
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WebinarsTweet chatsEdit-a-thon & wildcard
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10.00Apps for Active Learning: A Digital Futures Pilot [72]
Lead: Richard Beggs
Getting started with open educational resources [76]
Lead: Vivien Rolfe
90
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10.45Hong Kong universities collaborative Blended & Online Learning and Teaching Project [104]
Lead: Darren Harrbut
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11.30Addressing student anxieties about plagiarism detection through games [90]
Lead: Steve Bentley
#BYOD4L V - this time it’s personal [98]
Lead: Sheila MacNeill
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12.15Steering the bandwagon: developing online coursework submission and marking across the institution [96]
Lead: Helen Whitehead
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13.00 - 14.00Lunch plenary about the next ALT strategy
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WebinarsTweet chatsEdit-a-thon & wildcard
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14.00Find out more about CMALT accreditation [73]
Lead: Sharon Boyd, Tracey Duffy
Developing 'Recipes' for Pedagogic Use of Digital Tools in Physical Spaces [78]
Lead: Ian Glover
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14.45It’s beginning to look a lot like learning. Using Sanako technology to support the language learning process. [102]
Lead: Phillipa McDonald
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15.30ALT Wales Members Group meeting [105]
Lead: Sam May
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16.15Open Ed SIG celebration [84]
Lead: Teresa MacKinnon
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17.00Day 3 ends
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Note: † session will no longer be presented
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