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The Online Learning Network is a community of practice which offers those involved in delivering and supporting Online and Distance Learning programmes an opportunity to network and share practice.
The next event will focus on assessing students in an online environment and we will be joined by three guest speakers who will talk about their experience of online assessment and discuss the possibilities when assessing those studying by online and distance learning.
Further details and an event outline can be found below:
Theme: Assessment in an Online Environment
Date & Time: 9th November (12.30-15.00)
Venue: 1.18 Patterson’s Land
12.30 - Lunch & Networking
1.00 - Welcome and introduction – Celeste McLaughlin, Head of Academic Development for Digital Education at the Institute for Academic Development.
1.15 - Dr Yi-Shan Tsai – Research Associate on the Supporting Higher Education to Integrate Learning Analytics (SHEILA) Project..
1.45 - Dr Paul McLaughlin – Programme Director with responsibility for e-Learning provision in the School of Biological Sciences.
2.15 - Dr Louise Connelly – e-Learning Developer in the Digital Education Unit at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.
2.45 - Q&A & closing
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