EDEN 2009

This area is a dissemination repository for the UoL presence at the European Distance and E-Learning Network 2009 Annual Conference held in Gdansk, Poland from the 10th to 13th June 2009.
File Abstracts Compilation
This File is a 10pp [pdf] compilation booklet of the abstracts of the short papers and workshops presented by UoL authors at the European Distance and E-Learning Network 2009 Annual Conference held in Gdansk, Poland from the 10th to 13th June 2009. Individual abstracts are posted also in the relevant short paper or workshop areas in this dissemination repository.
Salmon Keynote Address
This Folder contains materials from the keynote address on “Best of times ... worst of times ... for open learning” delivered by Prof Gilly Salmon, UoL Professor of e-Learning and Learning Technologies at the EDEN 2009 conference held in Gdansk, Poland from the 10th to 13th June 2009.
Fothergill Learner Experience paper
This Folder contains the abstract and presentation overheads for the paper on “Conclusions from the UK Melville Report on the Changing Learner Experience (CLEx) Enquiry” presented by Professor John Fothergill at the EDEN 2009 conference held in Gdansk, Poland from the 10th to 13th June 2009.
Short Papers
This Folder contains the abstracts, full texts and presentations for the short papers presented by UoL team members at the EDEN 2009 conference held in Gdansk, Poland from the 10th to 13th June 2009.
Workshop Sessions
This Folder contains materials from the two UoL workshops on "Creating Academic Learning Futures" presented by Gilly Salmon and Sandra Romenska and “Media Zoo tour: innovation into practice” presented by Matthew Wheeler and Sandra Romenska at the EDEN 2009 conference held in Gdansk, Poland from the 10th to 13th June 2009.
Gallery
This Folder contains photographs of the UoL presence at the EDEN 2009 conference held in Gdansk, Poland from the 10th to 13th June 2009.

Share this page:

Sorry, we're closed

The Institute of Learning Innovation (formerly the Beyond Distance Research Alliance) has now closed.

This website preserves an archive of the projects we worked on.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the BDRA/ILI over the years.