Workshop : Alejandro Armellini

UKOER LFF10

Abstract

A key concept in a University’s evolution is that change should be evidence-based. Research generates the evidence: academics can relate to that. They find evidence more convincing than targets, and direct support for transforming learning design better than staff development. They can move from research into practice. Carpe Diem promotes and supports change in learning design and assessment, builds institutional capacity and fosters scalable pedagogical innovation. At the heart of this intervention is a two-day workshop in which course teams, in collaboration with subject librarians and learning technologists, design e-tivities for effective e-learning and assessment within their online and face-to-face courses. This workshop will invite participants to consider the Carpe Diem approach in relation to other learning design initiatives in the sector.

 

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The Carpe Diem journey: designing for learning transformation

 

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  • Author(s): LFF10
  • Subject: The Carpe Diem journey: designing for learning transformation
  • Grade level: HE Conference
  • Course type: Vodcast
  • Language(s):  English
  • Material type(s): mp4
  • Media format(s):  mp4
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