Brookes Student Learning Experience Conference 2009, Friday 3 April 2009

Venue: Brookes Student Union, Headington Hill Hall Site

 

Programme

09.00
Coffee and registration
09.15
Welcome - Professor John Raftery, Pro-Vice Chancellor External and Academic (streaming video of Professor John Raftery)
09.30

Plenary: Developing the Brookes compact on assessment

Dr Chris Rust (streaming video of Dr Chris Rust)

10.10
Assessment and feedback: a response from School of Business students - Sarah Kerr, Emma Allan, Meera Shah, Rahul Mulchandani, Cat Tsang (streaming video of Business School students)
10.30

Plenary: Moving forward together: engaging students through research and inquiry

Professor Mick Healey, University of Gloucestershire (streaming video of Professor Mick Healey)

Streaming video of Ross Brook responding to Mike Healey's presentation

11.30
Morning break
11.45
Research in the undergraduate curriculum a student view: Sam Petitt
12.05
Plenary: Beyond employability: educating cosmopolitan citizens: Professor Martin Haigh and Dr Valerie Clifford, CICIN (streaming video of Dr Valerie Clifford)
12.45
Internationalisation of the curriculum: a response from Sunnia Manishta, International Student Officer, NUS
13.05
Lunch and poster presentations
 

Venue: Willow 5

Venue: Willow 6

Venue: Willow 7
14.00

Enhancing the research skills and self-efficacy of novice qualitative undergraduate researchers

Mark Burgess, SSL

We get to be involved: involving students in the assessment process

Trudy McAuley, WIE

Learners' experience of technology mediated collaboration

Rhona Sharpe,
Greg Benfield and
Ruslan Ramanau, OCSLD

14.35

Helping international postgraduate students to think: the role of reusable phrases in written assignments

Mary Davis, OBI

Feedback and dialogue in multidisciplinary settings: local perspectives

Jill Millar, BUS,
Jane Spiro, WIE,
Hilary Rollin, AH and
Sally Davis, SHSC

PebblePad: PDP and international students

Christina Meredith and Debbie Witney, BUS

15.10

Drowning in a sea of information: how academic staff can work with subject librarians to help undergraduates develop critical and evaluative research skills

Hazel Rothera, Catherine Lidbetter, Lindsay Sellar, Helen Whittaker, LIB

Feedback on assessment - student opinion

Orla Rodgers, SU and
Aaron Porter, NUS (streaming video of Aaron Porter)

Development of occupational therapy practice through a virtual learning environment

Leisle Ezekiel, SHSC

15.45
Afternoon break
16.00

Plenary: Managing and supporting curriculum change

Greg Benfield, OCSLD, Frances Deepwell, OCSLD, Pete Smith, Reinvention Centre and Karen Handley, ASKe

16.45
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