Supporting staff development for embossing e-learning in regular teaching practice: Dimensions of Tertiary Engagement: Learning and Teaching Conference

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Abstract

This paper aims to outline additional ways tertiary education institutions can adopt in supporting staff members with teaching responsibilities towards embedding various e-learning strategies for a more organic facilitation of student learning in their discipline. Those members of staff who consider, but haven’t started using modern technologies in their teaching yet, would learn about an opportunity to jump-start their journey to e-learning, whereas staff with experience of technological enhancements for teaching would realise how advance and share their knowledge base. The paper also reflects on the usage of the technologies advancing learning with colleagues and students, including but not limited to the following: virtual and/or augmented reality, gamification and thematic analysis of video content by students. The main value of this work is in outlining the horizon of e-learning in education for novice and expert adopters.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusSubmitted - 2020
EventDimensions of Tertiary Engagement: Learning and Teaching Conference - Inverness College UHI, Inverness, United Kingdom
Duration: 22 Jan 202023 Jan 2020

Conference

ConferenceDimensions of Tertiary Engagement: Learning and Teaching Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityInverness
Period22/01/2023/01/20

Keywords

  • e-learning in tertiary education, informal learning, peer support

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    Camps, N. (2020). Supporting staff development for embossing e-learning in regular teaching practice: Dimensions of Tertiary Engagement: Learning and Teaching Conference. Paper presented at Dimensions of Tertiary Engagement: Learning and Teaching Conference, Inverness, United Kingdom.