Nitin Parmar from the e-Learning team is a Steering Group member of the ESTICT Special Interest Group (SIG), which hosted at event at the University of Bath in November 2010. The full conference report from this event can be found at http://drgn.in/hWrWyP.
Instead of hosting another ESTICT event this autumn, the SIG has joined together with the 1st Turning Technologies European User Conference which is taking place in October 2011 at the University of Surrey.
Further details on the conference, and details on how to submit a proposal can be found at http://drgn.in/p5icxh.
Mark your calendars! You’re invited to be a part of Turning Technologies’ first European user conference.
This promises to be a memorable and informative event. As a conference attendee, you will have access to an abundance of knowledge and resources revolving around the use of interactive response systems and their applications in education. Share your best practices and learn how other educators use response technology. Registration and additional conference information to follow.
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What: Turning Technologies User Conference – Co-hosted by Surrey University
When: 27 October, 2011
Where: Wates House – University of Surrey – Guildford
Dr. Eric Mazur, Balkanski Professor of Physics and Applied Physics; Harvard University, Author of Peer Instruction: A User’s Manual
Dr. Mazur’s Peer Instruction teaching method has a large international following, and has had a positive impact on teaching and learning across many disciplines. He is author or co-author of over 200 publications and 12 patents, and helped produce the award-winning DVD Interactive Teaching.
We are looking for individuals interested in becoming breakout session presenters. Share your best practices and insights regarding Turning Technologies’ response technology.