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The Shock of the Old 4: "e-Learning, The Student Experience"
One-Day Conference on Educational Technologies

University of Oxford
Said Business School
15th April, 2004

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09:00 - 09:30 Registration/Coffee
09:30 - 10:45 Session 1
  • "Learning Design: A framework for modelling e-Learning Activities" (Powerpoint)
    Helen Beetham
    Consultant to the JISC e-Learning and Pedagogies Programme

  • "Learning Design in practice" (Powerpoint)
    Christian Markham
    Kemnal College
10:45 - 11:05 Coffee
11:05 - 12:45 Session 2
  • "Why should students use on-line resources and why don't they?"
    Adrian Kirkwood
    Programme on Learner Use of Media, IET
    The Open University

  • "INQUIRE (Interactive Questions Reinforcing Education): An Evaluation Project" (Powerpoint)
    Sophie Clarke and Katharine Lindsay
    Academic Computing Development Team
    University of Oxford

  • "Why Students can't use online resources" (Powerpoint)
    Jan Smith and Martin Oliver
    University College London
12:45 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:30 Session 3:
  • "Are students ready to elearn? - Assessing students' IT Literacy skills" (Powerpoint) - Links to other IT evaluation projects
    Gabriel Hanganu and Stuart Lee
    University of Oxford

  • "'The invisible doing the impossible for the ungrateful' or 'Designing IT support to enhance the student experience'"
    Sarah Davies and Mike Taylor
    Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning (TALL), Department for Continuing Education
    University of Oxford

  • "Using the revealed worldviews of e-Learning stakeholders in the design and evaluation of ODL provision" (Powerpoint)
    Tim Deignan
    Consultant to Minerva ODL Project/Leeds College of Technology
15:30 - 15:45 Coffee
15:45 - 17:15 Session 4
  • "Tales from Two Universities: Evaluating the effects of different approaches to the introduction of Virtual Learning Technologies" (Powerpoint)
    Huw Morris
    University of the West of England

  • "Evaluating the quality of the e-learning experience" (Powerpoint)
    Anne Jelfs, Mary Thorpe and Keir Thorpe
    Institute of Educational Technology
    The Open University

  • "News from Virginia" (Powerpoint)
    John Alexander
    University of Virginia
17:30 - 19:00 Wine Reception