Explore the worlds of teaching and technology this January
30 Nov 2017
Centre for Higher Education Research, Innovation and Learning (CHERIL) to hold interactive conference
The Centre for Higher Education Research, Innovation and Learning (CHERIL) are holding an interactive conference, Ctrl+Alt+Educate: Higher Education in the Digital Age Conference on Tuesday, 30 January.
The event is open to all staff members interested in developing their teaching through the use of technology, and for those interested in learning more about CHERIL.
Ctrl+Alt+Educate: Higher Education in the Digital Age Conference, to explore the pedagogy and practice of education in the digital age, will include:
- Keynote speaker: Tony Sheehan, Associate Dean of Digital Learning at London Business School
- Four interactive workshops on Design, Delivery, Assessment and Evaluation
- Five zones - Design, Delivery, Assessment and Feedback, Tools and Evaluation with stalls from all three Faculty elearning Teams, University of Manchester Worldwide, The Library, CHERIL and Staff Learning and Development.
- Join a workshop, or a presentation and take away some practical examples of technology enhanced learning
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