ocTEL Week 10 Webinar
14/06/2013 in Course information
Join our weekly webinar at 12.30 on Thursday 20 June, via Blackboard Collaborate 11.
You can access the Week 10 webinar via this link.
This week’s webinar
PLEASE NOTE this week’s webinar is on THURSDAY at 12.30pm rather than the usual Wednesday lunchtime.
To mark the final session of ocTEL, this week’s webinar comes in two parts, reflecting the double roles of our guest, Dr Rachel Harris. In the first part, Rachel will give an account of her experience of evaluating a large number of Technology Enhanced Learning projects in higher education. Rachel is also the official evaluator of ocTEL, and in the second part she will lead a live evaluation and feedback session about ocTEL.
We hope the webinar will bring together many of the authors and tutors who have developed and supported ocTEL. We will be holding a virtual end of term get together for all involved to discuss our experiences of the course, get some feedback and share memories. The session will end at a look at the future development of ocTEL and provide inspiration of how participants can continue their involvement in the course and the Association for Learning Technology.
About the presenter
Rachel Harris directs Inspire Research Ltd, an independent consultancy specialising in evaluation and research into learning. Rachel has over 20 years experience in evaluation, research and development, much of which has focused on technology enhanced learning. This has included leading a team to establish an international online collaborative environment; supporting small practitioner-led e-learning initiatives and a university-wide virtual campus; acting as an evaluation critical-friend on Jisc-funded programmes; and independently evaluating various learning related projects. Rachel is a long-standing member of ALT, the BPS, the HE Academy, and serves on ALT’s Research Committee.
We will make the recording of this session available via the Course Materials page.
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