• Exhibition

    This year, the conference is hosting a large exhibition of posters, stands and demonstrations of innovations in learning and teaching, many of which include new technologies. The exhibition opens in the Glasgow Room at 11.00 and you are welcome to browse the exhibition at any time. On the day, there will be a timetable of demonstrations from those indicated in the table below, making a parallel stream of the conference. In addition, during the lunchbreak there will be a series of short presentations by exhibitors.

    Live demonstrations

    How suitable is Wimba Classroom as an online learning tool?
    Abi Ball, mediaworkshop and Peter Boynton, Business School

    SparkPlus peer assessment project
    Chess Black, Media Workshop


    Academic Phrasebank
    Mary Davis, Oxford Brookes International
    Simulation and Experiential Learning in Law - the Criminal Trial Film Project
    Marc Howe and students, School of Social Sciences and Law


    How Partnerships can Widen Participation
    Trudy Ing and Jan Martin, Directorate of Corporate Affairs

    The ACP - A partnership for successful progression
    Adam Lambert, Annie Thompson-Lynch, Janet Cox, Directorate of Corporate Affairs
    Identification of students requiring additional support during their first year
    Carol McNally, Janice Rider (Teesside), Robyn Stiger, School of Health and Social Care
    Mobile Brookes student portal
    Media Workshop team
    Turn-it-in, Peer mark, Grade mark
    Nlearning Ltd (corporate stand)


    Find It, Judge It, Use It: Equipping Brookes graduates for the information age
    Hazel Rothera, Jan Haines, David Bell, Julia Hayes, Directorate of Learning Resources

    RADAR: digital repository 
    Rowena Rouse, Steve Burholt, Richard Francis, Media Workshop team


    Wimba – live collaboration environment, including Classroom, Pronto, Voice
    Wimba (corporate presentation)


    External collaborations and partnerships in Teaching Strategic Management Accounting 
    Wondimu Mekonnen, Buckingham University
    Podcast Producer
    Les Zieleznik, Directorate of Learning resources


    *times to follow