Previous presentations - 2012

The following visiting scholars were hosted over 2012 and this page provides an archive to some of their presentations and workshops.

Learning Futures Symposium: Designing for Innovation and Excellence - November

The 7 Cs of Learning Design Presenter - Professor Grainne Conole, University of Leicester

Abstract: This aim of this presentation is to introduce participants to different ways of conceptualising the learning design process from different perspectives. It will critique a range of pedagogical approaches and the role of different technologies in supporting these and explore how to apply various resources, tools and methods to course design and specific learning interventions.

Massey Presentation - G Conole (9,562 KB)

A Framework for Designing, Implementing and Evaluating Good Practice Presenters - Dr Keith Smyth, University of Edinburgh and Dr Panos Vlachopoulos, Aston University

Abstract: The overall aim of this presentation is to engage participants in exploring a framework for good practice in technology-enhanced learning that is based on principles of active engagement, learner autonomy, and students as co-creators of learning resources and experiences, and which has successfully been used and adapted within a range of Higher Education and Further Education institutions within and also beyond the UK.

Leveraging Dual-mode University Strengths to Expand Outreach: Reflections on Blended and Online Learning - November 

 Dr Michael Power Associate Professor of Education & Technology at the Faculty of Education, Laval University, in Quebec City, Canada.                       

 Sue Starfield - August

Director of the Learning Centre and Associate Professor in the School of Education at the University of NSW

Title: Tools for writing a Research Thesis: A Workshop for Supervisors - Wellington

Professor Shirley Alexander - July

Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President (Teaching, Learning and Equity- The University of Technology Sydney

Title: Learning Spaces: The University of Technology Sydney Experience

  University of Technology Sydney: Learning Spaces (1,943 KB)

Professor David Sadler - June

Deputy Vice Chancellor (Students and Education) - University of Tasmania

Title: Open(ing) Opportunities: Understanding the Open Educational Resource Movement.

Understanding the Open Educational Resources Movement (170 KB)

Stephen Atherton - May

National Development Executive( Higher Education) Apple Computer, Australia

Title: How Technology is Reshaping Teaching and Learning - Due to Apple restrictions this session could not be recorded.

Professor Paul Bacsich - April

Director, Matric Media Ltd & Senior Consultant Sero

Title:  Impact of e-Learning on the 21st Century University: Delivering a Stratgey      Bacsich Massey final.pptx (2,002 KB)

Professor Mike Keppell - April

Director, Flexible Learning Institute, Charles Sturt University, Australia

Title: Distributed 'Places' and 'Spaces' for Learning in Higher Education

Professor Norm Vaugham and Professor Jim Zimmer - March

Royal College University, Calagary

Title: Blended Learning and Student Engagement: What's the Connection?

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