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Pedagogy experts group meeting: June 2005

Date  Tuesday 14 June 2005
Venue One Great George Street, Westminster, London

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10:15 Registration and tea/coffee on arrival
10:30 Welcome: Peter Findlay, Chair of the e-Learning and Pedagogy Steering Group
10:45 Understanding the learner experience:  Findings from the Learner Scoping study and presentation  Rhona Sharpe, Greg Benfield, Eta De Cicco and Ellen Lessner, Learner Scoping Project team
11:30  Research Study in learners’ experience of e-LearningWhere we go from here (presentation) Doug Gowan, Open Learning Partnership
12:00 Consultation session 1:Learners’ Experiences of e-Learning Feedback from groups Doug Gowan and Rhona Sharpe
12:45 Feedback and plenary discussion
1:00 Lunch
2:00  Evaluation of LAMS – Findings and recommendations - Evaluation report and  presentation Stuart Lee and Liz Masterman,OxfordUniversity
2:45 Expert Insight - Innovative Practice with e-Learning: Mobile Learning and Teaching with Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) David Sugden, Dewsbury College
3:30 Outcomes of the Expert Group Survey - Report and presentation Ros Smith, Consultant to Pedagogy programme
3.45 Plenary
4:00 Close

Proposed dates of future meetings
Wednesday 5 October 2005. The meeting will also be held virtually using online conferencing facilities. More information about this will follow.

If you have any questions regarding the meeting, please contact Sarah Knight, Programme Manager.