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This year, the conference played host to a large exhibition of innovative projects and software demonstrations.
Welcome, Professor John Raftery, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Student Experience
Keynote talk: "The Virtues and Vices of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Today"
Dr Gurnam Singh, Coventry University
Learning from ambiguity within an inter-disciplinary learning context.
Professional development thorough an alumni mentoring programme.
Building working relationships in learning communities
11.30 RADAR: digital repository
Rowena Rouse, Steve Burholt, Richard Francis
11.45 SparkPlus peer assessment project
A tale of 2 partnerships: the challenges of small-scale and large-scale research communities.
Learning while earning: the key role of supported distance learning in delivering innovative, industry focused courses to up-skill and develop employees in the motorsport sector.
Mike Meechan and Keith Martin
Using feedback to communicate assessment standards.
12.10 Wimba - live collaboration environment, Classroom, Pronto, Voice
12.30 Mobile Brookes Portal
Creative Services team
Accounting and mentoring: a combined provision.Withdrawn
Developing regional partnerships through professional development.
Investigating oral vivas as a form of assessment in business and management education.
13.45 Simulation and experiential learning in Law - the Criminal Trial Film Project
Marc Howe and students
14.05 Podcast Producer
Refreshment break in Glasgow Room
Can you get more than 100% in maths?
Brookes ACES - Accounting for charities: engaging students.
The digital one-day: identity, literacy and community in (partially) synchronous distributed learning environments.
George Roberts, Rhona Sharpe and Patsy Clarke
14.35 Turn-it-in, Peer mark, Grade mark
14.55 Academic Phrasebank
Closing discussions and exhibition in Glasgow Room