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Pedagogy experts group meeting: february 2007

Learner experiences of e-learning

Date Tuesday 27 February 2007
Venue SAID Business School, Oxford


10:15 Registration and tea/coffee on arrival
10:30 Welcome and overview: Paul Bailey, Programme Manager, JISC

Group Activity 1: Consultation on e-Assessment Activity Areas
Lou McGill, JISC Programme Manager; Ros Smith, Consultant to the e-Learning Programme

11:45 Break

Group Activity 2: SIMPLE Learning Through Simulations
Paul Maharg, University of Strathclyde

1:00 Lunch
2:00 Group Activity 3: Consultation on "What makes a workable Community of Practice" informing the Users and Innovations Programme
Lawrie Phipps, JISC Programme Manage and Rhona Sharpe, Oxford Brookes University

Phase 2 Learner Experiences
Innovating e-Learning 2007


Group Activity 4: Learner Experience: Making the learners voice heard - consultation on the planned and future publications and dissemination activities.
Geg Benfield, Oxford Brookes University; Ros Smith, Consultant to the e-Learning Programme

4:00 Close and tea available

Date of next meetings
27 June 2007, Bristol
24 October 2007, Birmingham