November 2016 was an exciting time as I was privileged to attend both the Open Learning Consortiums Accelerate 2016 conference, and the Institute for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (iSoTL)’s SoTL Symposim 2016. These were great opportunities to share my work, and to learn about other great work going on across the world.
- SoTL Presentation: Exploring Undergraduate Perceptions of Learning Resources
- Existing data can inform student voice
- Learning resources need to be accessible
- Accelerate Presentation: Evaluating A Blended Degree Program through the NSSE Framework
- Students perceptions and input can form a valuable part of program development
- Learning partnerships are important to a sense of success
Our work for OLC Accelerate is also being published in the British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)’s special edition on Learning Partnerships (a link will be added once it’s available).