Brunel University, UK
July 23, 2014
eLearning 2.0 is a lively international conference exploring Technology-Enhanced Learning and social media technologies including Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Wikis, MOOCs and YouTube. The main themes of this year’s conference are MOOCs and “flipping the classroom”. Flipping the classroom involves delivering digital material outside the classroom and then using class sessions to make sense of the material. The conference will consider evolving pedagogical approaches and raise the profile of research in technology-enhanced learning; spread good practice in the use of digital technologies for learning; and facilitate collaboration between practitioners, researchers, and policy makers.
Chris Evans – Brunel University, UK
Jennifer Killham – University of Cincinnati, USA
- consider the pedagogy and implementation of “flipping the classroom”
- consider the impact and future of the development of MOOCs
- explore the potential impact of social media on technology-enhanced learning
- spread good practice in the use of digital media in technology-enhanced learning
- consider evolving pedagogical approaches to digital media
- raise the profile of research on digital media and technology-enhanced learning
Topics of presentations include: flipping the classroom, screencasting, social networking, student engagement, mobile learning, elearning in the developing world, massive open online courses (MOOCs)
eLearning 2.0 will comprise invited keynote speakers and individual presentations. Abstracts of presentations will be available to participants
Peter Bryant, Head of Learning Technology and Innovation at the London School of Economics and Political Science
John Carter McKnight, postdoctoral Research Associate at Lancaster University
All welcome but places are limited. Register at http://bit.ly/UfvBzh
w: www.elearning2.org t: @elearning2 #elearning2
Brunel Business School (Eastern Gateway Building), Brunel University, West London, UK. Brunel University is in Uxbridge on the western edge of London. Uxbridge is in a prime location for reaching the transport network that embraces London and South-east England. It is a short drive from the M4, M40 and M25 and has the added benefit of being on the edge of the London Underground network. It is a 25-minute drive from London's Heathrow airport.
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