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Click here to see previous events - write ups including useful information on each topic

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Upcoming events

Organised by LITEbox or CeLT

Activity

Date, time & location

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Previous events

Activity

Date

Academic Year 2017/18
Academic Year 2016/17
TurningPoint Lunch and Learn
Robin Smyth, TurningPoint Technologies
May 2017
Panopto Re:View System Training Event
William Gaffney and Dave Hannan from Panopto
May 2017
BoB TV and Radio Workshop
Alex Morris from Learning on Screen
May 2017
MCQs and Deep Learning Workshop
Prof Anthony Gardner-Medwin (University College London, Physiology) and Dr Steve Draper (University of Glasgow, Psychology)
May 2017
Developing Engaged Curricula: At Bath and Beyond - a LITEbox Workshop
Sarah Turpin
April 2017
Developing Engaged Curricula: Industry Engagement and Technology - Workshop
Sarah Turpin
March 2017
Developing engaged curricula: Film as critical pedagogy
Sarah Turpin
February 2017
Transforming Assessment and Curricula in HE
Dr Alex Buckley, University of Strathclyde;
Dr Jan McArthur, Lancaster University;
Lisa O'Regan & Morag Munro, Maynooth University;
Victoria Jack, University of York,
Dr Colin Milligan, Glasgow Caledonian University;
Ms Ourania Maria Ventista, Durham University;
Professor Kay Sambell, Edinburgh Napier University;
Professor Jane Rand, York St John University.
More details are here: http://www.bath.ac.uk/learningandteaching/e-learning/events/index.html
February 2017
Academic Year 2015/16
Copyright
Lisa Slater, Caroline Brooks, Abel & Imray, and Simon Clegg, Battens Solicitors, Claire Tylee, Hannah South, Rob Hyde
April 2016
Copyright
Lisa Slater, Caroline Brooks, Abel & Imray, and Simon Clegg, Battens Solicitors, Claire Tylee, Hannah South, Rob Hyde
April 2016
Making the most of student authored online presentations
Dr Rita Chawla-Duggan, Dr Felia Allum, Geraldine Jones
April 2016
Moodle for summative assessments to reduce marking time, minimise selective learning, and provide timely feedback
Dr Momna Hejmadi
April 2016
Peer evaluation: Moodle Workshop Tool and Web PA
Dr Richard Kamm, Jeff Barrie
March 2016
Using tablets and other technology in research-inspired teaching
Dr Kit Yates
March 2016
Managing your online profile
Students' Union
March 2016
5x5: Technology showcase
Tim Lawrenson, Keith Brown, Rob Hyde & Dr Alan Hayes, Dr Robin Shields
February 2016
Improve your presentation skills
Students' Union
February 2016
Exploring augmented reality
Dr John Troyer, Lyn Hanning, Nick Haddington, Dr Richard Joiner

January 2016
Audience response systems: reasons and uses for them
Dr Richard Joiner
December 2015
Flipped teaching toolkit for a quantitative module
Dr Aydin Nassehi
November 2015
Blogging is for pros: a guide to successful blogging
Ross Ferguson
November 2015
Using web-conferencing to support large cohort teaching, group work, and students at a distance
Dr Andrea Taylor, Rachel Applegate, Sue Lewis
November 2015
Using online multimedia message walls to encourage participation
Dr Jessica Francombe-Webb
November 2015
LITEbox at the Academic rep conference
Dr Jessica Francombe-Webb, Sarah Turpin
October 2015
Lessons from the Universe: technology in research
Professor Carole Mundell
October 2015
Technology panel debate
Chair: Professor Peter Lambert, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Learning & Teaching)
October 2015
Videoconferencing and innovative teaching in social sciences classrooms to gain experiences from individuals around the world
Dr Wali Aslam
July 2015
Embedding ‘serious’ games in the curriculum: an aide to active learning?
Dr Hannah Durrant
July 2015
Riddle me this: What is a technology?
Dr John Troyer
July 2015
Using Moodle for double blind marking – good for students and academics?
Dr Steve Cayzer
June 2015
Using e-portfolios to enhance the student experience
Nitin Parmar
May 2015
Alumni Fund LOGO Long Dark-on-Light