Registration is now open for the first of two National Forum seminars, in Mary Immaculate College. It will take place on 17th February, 2015.
The theme will be Building an evidence base for enhanced digital pedagogy for online learning.
Dr Jen Ross, University of Edinburgh, will give the keynote talk entitled, Many ways to get it right: reflections on ‘best practice’ and digital education research.
Dr Ross is Programme Director of the MSc in Digital Education, Deputy Director of Research and Knowledge Exchange in the School of Education, University of Edinburgh, and part of the Digital Cultures and Education (DiCE) research group. She is one of the team behind the Manifesto for Teaching Online, and the E-learning and Digital Cultures Coursera MOOC.
Date: Tuesday, 17th February, 2015
Location: Mary Immaculate College, Limerick
Room: G10, Main Building
Time: 9.15am - 2.00pm
CLICK HERE to register (this is a free event)
CLICK HERE to download the Programme Schedule
CLICK HERE to download the Abstracts
For information on other National Forum seminars around the country, click here.