Make a difference 2015

16. november 2015 09:57

Looking for new ways to engage your students? Curious to see how other UCPH teachers are using learning technologies to promote active learning and provide feedback to students?

Join the conference to ignite new ideas, exchange experiences and build relations across UCPH. The conference is for teachers, employees and management at UCPH who want to explore the opportunities of online and blended learning. See how other teachers use technology to engage students and facilitate new learning opportunities - and how this makes a difference for students’ learning.

Place: Faculty of Humanities - Southern Campus

Sign up here! It's free of charge for employees at UCPH.

Programme 
A mix of presentations and practice-oriented workshops based on UCPH cases, debate, as well as networking opportunities.


Keynote: http://difference.ku.dk/keynote_speaker/">Helen Keegan, University of Salford
Senior lecturer at Interactive Media and Social Technologies.

Keynote: http://difference.ku.dk/keynote_speaker/">Flemming Konradsen, UCPH
Professor at Department of Public Health, director of the School of Global Health, and chairman of the MOOC Steering Committee at the UCPH.


See the preliminary programme here
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Organiser
The conference is organised by the e-learning units at UCPH as part of Project 2016: Online and Blended Learning at UCPH. Find your local unit here.

Program

Senior lecturer at Interactive Media and Social Technologies.
In her research she focuses on digital cultures and identities, online communities, social technologies and the interplay between formal and informal learning. Her expertise lies in curriculum innovation and the development of new pedagogies through social and participatory media, particularly with respect to creativity and interdisciplinarity.
Professor at Department of Public Health, director of the School of Global Health, and chairman of the MOOC Steering Committee at the UCPH.
To increase the quality and flexibility of their study programmes and at the same time reach more international students the School of Global Health has experimented with different ways of integrating more online elements into their courses. This development has resulted in a number of new challenges related to administration, pedagogy, technology and resources, but at the same time brought about many benefits in relation to quality and relevance of education, internationalization, student motivation, recruitment, and lecturer...