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Playful Learning Conference – Manchester 2017

Stephanie (Charlie) Farley – Open Education Resource Advisor for EDE . A selfie with my fabulous audience – ready to tell all about my chase and snatch games #playlearn17 pic.twitter.com/BAh7UH1enR — Prof. Prod Eagle II (@prod_eagle) July 12, 2017 Pitched at the intersection of learning and play for adults, the Playful …

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Playful Learning with eLearning@Ed 2017

Stephanie (Charlie) Farley – Open Education Resource Advisor for EDE . This year’s elearning@ed conference will take place on Wednesday 28th June 2017 at the lovely recently refurbished Hudson Beare Building at Kings Buildings.  The theme for this year is “Playful Learning” and the programme is looking great, including a whole bunch of playful breakouts …

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Playful Learning – Failure and Forfeit

Stephanie (Charlie) Farley – Open Education Resource Advisor for EDE.  Last month I had the pleasure of attending the Playful Learning conference in Manchester. The conference was pitched as an “intersection of learning and play for adults” with the purpose of providing “a space where teachers, researchers and students could …

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JISC Learning Analytics networking event

On 8th May the University of Edinburgh welcomed around 40 people from across the UK for this meeting. As with previous JISC networking days, there was lots of time for interaction and discussion, and the variety of morning’s speakers provided plenty to discuss. The notes here are my personal take-away …

Professor Dave Raey speaking about Carbon Management and Education

eLearning@ed Conference 2015

Several colleagues from the Educational Design & Engagement team were able to attend the annual eLearning@Ed Conference on April 23rd, below is a summary of highlights from the day. The theme for this year’s conference was “Designing for 21st Century Learning.” Mark Wetton Attended “Co-Creation: Student Ownership of Curriculum” by …

Building the Digital Institution – conference report

CETIS (The Centre for Educational Technology, Interoperability and Standards) gathers together learning technologists with an interest in the innovations and underpinning work (standards, metadata) needed to ensure our technology serves us, and not the other way around. Colleagues on CETIS staff have long been recognised as leading the field in …

eLearning@ed Conference 2014

The 12th annual eLearning@ed Conference took “Authenticity Online”  as its theme – this allowed for a very broad interpretation and therefore a wide range of presentations. It attracted almost 100 staff from across the University. The speakers’ presentations and some posters from the day are available from the eLearning@ed Forum …

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