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Delegates enjoy the ESTICT@Bath event News Item - 23 November 2010

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ESTICT @ Bath is being sponsored by Reivo Ltd. , the exclusive distributors of TurningPoint in the UK.

Presentations

Section

Title & Presenter

Recording(s)

Resources 

Keynote

Motivating Engagement and Learning Using Classroom Response Systems - Dr Derek Bruff, Assistant Director at the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching

Part 1
Part 2

Google Moderator

Short Presentations

The search for active learning: Lessons from a Happy Accident - Hedley Bashforth, Department of Social Policy , University of Bath

Presentation

Presentation Slides


Engineering adventures through Audience Response Systems - Dr Andrew Dent , Department of Mechanical Engineering , University of Bath

Presentation

Presentation Slides 

 

Supporting student learning using Panopto - Sacha Goodwin, Audio Visual , University of Bath

Presentation

Presentation Slides 

 

Mobile learning: why, what, where and how? - Dr Sian Lindsay, Learning Development Centre, City University London

Presentation

Presentation Slides 

Afternoon sessions

 

Resources

Experimentation Workshop with Classroom Technologies
The ESTICT SIG Steering Group will lead a session which will centre on developing effective pedagogically-focused activities for technologies such as EVS, Tablet PCs, Digital Pens, iPads,visualisers and sympodiums.

Prezi Presentation Technology Fair Brochure

Conference Reflections

  • Derek Bruff, Vanderbilt University [blog post]
  • Kate Reader, City University London [blog posts: part 1, part 2]
  • Roger Gardner, University of Bristol [blog post]
  • Zak Mensah, JISC Digital Media [blog post]
  • Janice Kiugu, Roehampton University [blog post]
  • Derek Morrison, Higher Education Academy [blog post ]

Photos

For the full set of ESTICT@Bath photos, visit the ESTICT SIG Flickr set.

Miscellanenous

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