PANTHER Workshop Programme

The PANTHER (Podcasting in Assessment: New Technology in Higher Education Research) workshop was offered by the Beyond Distance Research Alliance, University of Leicester, and the Higher Education Academy on 3rd March, 2010. The seminar took place both at the University of Leicester and also virtually via a Wimba classroom, bringing together participants from around the world.

Time

Session type

Purpose

Lead

10.00

Registration & coffee

 

 

10.30

Interactive seminar

To contextualise the DUCKLING research in the bigger institutional picture

Gilly Salmon (Head of Beyond Distance, DUCKLING’s PI) Click to download presentation

11.00

Interactive seminar

To share the experience and lessons learned from using podcasts to enhance assessment in Occupational Psychology

R. Randall, S. Harrington, A. Shepherd and K. Barklamb (DUCKLING Psychology team) Click to download presentation

12-12.15

BREAK

 

 

12.15

Interactive seminar

To summarise the research findings so far, with a focus on podcasting and assessment

M. Nie (DUCKLING researcher) Click to download presentation

1.00

LUNCH

 

 

2.00

Interactive seminar

To share the experience and lessons learned from using podcasts to enhance curriculum delivery in Education

D. Davies and G. Witthaus (DUCKLING Education team)

2.45

Workshop

  • To stop participants from dozing off after lunch
  • To share reflections and deliverables from the project
  • To engage participants in a task focusing on podcasting in assessment and feedback

REMOTE PARTICIPANTS' CONTRIBUTIONS:

Click to download Alice, Leonie, Mpho, Manoko & Paul from South Africa podcast

 

A. Armellini (DUCKLING project lead) Click to download presentation

   

Alice, Leonie, Mpho, Manuko, Paul photo

3.45

Panel discussion

To bring the day’s lessons learned together, elicit more input from audience, draw conclusions

All, moderated by Gilly Salmon

4.15

CLOSE

 

 

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