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Using ICT in Higher Education - Developments and issues

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Using ICT in Higher Education

Date and Time

22 April 2013 - 18:00-20:30

Location

Huddersfield, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Yorkshire West local network.


About this event

Dr Janet Hargreaves, National Teaching Fellow, Associate Dean(Learning and Teaching), School of Human and Health Sciences, University of Huddersfield


The use of IT in education has become so embedded in everyday practice that we take it for granted. From Email to Massive Online Open Courses; learning, communaing learning and the generation and sharing of knowledge electronically is everywhere. Additionally the IT infrastructure in educational establishments offers integrat-ed management systems for all stages of the student journey from marketing to graduation. However, just because we have this technol-ogy, does in necessarily mean that it is always a 'good thing’. This presentation will examine the ways in which IT is used in educa-tion; looking at some of the pedagogical and administrative advances that have been made, as well as the ethical issues that this raises. These include the delivery of teaching and learning methods, access and inclusion, assessment, plagiarism and surveillance.

Programme

Arrive at 18:00 for 18:30

Reasons to attend

Developments and issues in ICT

Registration information

Contact

Dr Crinela Pislaru
01484 472162
c.pislaru@hud.ac.uk

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