Westminster Higher Education Forum
Guest of Honour: Dr Ellie Clewlow, Head of Learning and Teaching, HEFCE
This seminar comes as the use of technology across Higher Education becomes increasingly prolific and will assess its potential to improve the offer for students and to enhance a range of processes across campus.
Sessions will examine how the perceptions of the available technological facilities, and use of technology in teaching, affect applicants’ choice of university as well as how technology enhanced learning (TEL) can improve student experience, assist those falling behind, improve retention and improve students’ employability by helping broaden their digital skills.
Further sessions will look at how universities can ensure that staff and students alike have the necessary skills to create and participate in blended learning, and latest thinking on the challenges for implementation and established campus culture.
“We are delighted that Dr Ellie Clewlow, Head of Learning and Teaching, HEFCE and Lawrie Phipps, Senior Co-Design Manager, Jisc have agreed to deliver keynote addresses at this seminar.”
James Hannam, Director and Co-Founder, LearnMaker; Dr Richard Harvey, Academic Director of Admissions, University of East Anglia; Dr Mark Kerrigan, Director of Teaching, Learning and Assessment, Anglia Ruskin University; Michael Kerrison, Director of Academic Development, University of London International Programmes; Kevin Mayles, Head of Analytics, Learning and Teaching Centre, The Open University; Dr Laura Ritchie, Teaching Fellow in Music, University of Chichester; Dr Peter Smith, Professorial Fellow in Economics and University Director of Education (Curriculum Innovation), University of Southampton and Professor Peter Strike, Vice Chancellor, University of Cumbria have also agreed to speak at this seminar, along with a senior speaker confirmed from Epigeum.
Lord Holmes of Richmond and Baroness Morgan of Huyton have agreed to chair this seminar.
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