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SEDA: Supporting Learning with Technology (SLT) 2014

SEDA is the professional association for staff and educational developers in the UK, promoting innovation and good practice in higher education. SEDA offers a variety of professional development awards all aimed at enabling staff to develop both personally and professionally.

For the fourth year, the TEL team will be running the SEDA Supporting Learning with Technology (SLT) award. This award explores a range of existing, new and emerging technologies which can be used to support learning teaching and assessment.  The award will be delivered from March through to the middle of July and will consist of a number of face-to-face sessions and online activities.

Participation in the award will enable you to:

  • enhance your capabilities within your role and beyond
  • promote the use of learning technologies within the staff and student experiences
  • meet the changing needs of roles within education
  • feel more confident
  • gain professional recognition.

Here are the key dates for your diary:

06/03/2014 Introduction to the Award (Workshop)
25/03/2014 Inclusion and technology enhanced learning (Workshop)
11/04/2014 Exploring collaborative & social media (Workshop)
02/05/2014 Thinking about e-Pedagogies (Workshop)
22/05/2014 Creating online content (Workshop)
10/06/2014 Methods & techniques for e-assessment and marking (Workshop)
23/06/2014 Enabling audio and video (Workshop)
14/07/2014 Reflective portfolio submission hand-in date
04/08/2014 Feedback on portfolio submissions released

If you are interested in participating in the SEDA award, please contact Daniel Mackley in the Technology Enhanced Learning Team.

Daniel Mackley

Daniel’s role is to identify staff learning needs and strategically design, deliver and evaluate development interventions related to the effective use of current and emerging Technology Enhanced Learning tools in Higher Education. Working to the Learning & Teaching Development annual objectives and the TEL quality framework, he pro-actively supports and develops staff in their use of technology to enhance the student learning experience. Daniel is also the lead for the teams iPad Project.

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