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Evidence-based Practice Seminar Series 2010: Professional Learning and Teaching

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 Professional Learning and Teaching


This page contains information about the Professional Learning & Teaching Strand of the Higher Education Academy's Evidence-based practice seminar series 2010.



Below are details of the individual seminars and their outputs. The host institutions were asked to produce briefing papers summarising

their seminar and its findings. These will be added below and uploaded to EvidenceNet as they are produced over the next few months.


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Seminar Details


4 March: University of Central Lancashire

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This seminar demonstrated how TAG is used to enable students to develop realistic expectations of university, with particular focus on academic expectations.


17 May: Thames Valley University

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This seminar presented the findings of a systematic review of the use of simulation in the continuing education of healthcare professionals.


20 May: Centre for Excellence in work-based Learning for Educational Professionals -  Institute of Education, University of London

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Sessions focused on: the student experience in mixed mode professional courses; formative e-assessment; approaches to technology-enhanced professional courses and models of ICT CPD; the role and use of technologies in work-based learning; the use of mobile devices, display technologies and audiographic web-conferencing for teaching and learning and the use of innovative methods to support reflective practice around the use of collaborative technologies.

25 May: University of Sheffield

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A key aim of this seminar was to provide examples with evidence which can be used to encourage colleagues to adopt technology to enhance their teaching, including the use of VLE and audio recording devices and the generation of interactive or animated materials


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26 May: University of Hull

This seminar reported the findings of research into the experience of projects run at Hull and Staffordshire and give participants a flavour of peer observation online.


4 June: University of Hertfordshire

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This seminar provided an opportunity to discuss how EVS and wiki technologies have been used at the University of Hertfordshire to successfully enhance the student learning experience.


4 June: Writtle College

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This seminar explored and critically reflected on technologies as drivers of change given the needs of an increasingly diverse teacher and student population.


11 June: Liverpool Community College 

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The seminar explored an action based research process that has informed institutional practice in the use of e-technology to support both staff CPD and teaching of students with specific learning differences / dyslexia. Seminar participants had the opportunity to interact with various features of the E-learning Dyslexia Resource via the college’s VLE.

12 January 2011: Loughborough University


  • Design, Organise and Engage: Enhancing 21st century mass higher education through technology enhanced blended learning, aspects of design, practice and strategy

    Event Cancelled: Newcastle Business School, University of Northumbria





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