This one-day seminar took place on 20th October 2009 at London Knowledge Lab. It was open to TLRP-TEL programme early career researchers and doctoral students, and sought to build further on the discussions and activities that took place at Minster Lovell in June. The TEL Programme is planning a research briefing which explores the distinctive characteristics of Technology Enhanced Learning.
In this seminar, we will explore the experiences and perspectives of computer scientists working in TEL projects as we discuss the inter-related areas of TEL, interdisciplinary working, and capacity building (both individual and collective).
- 10:30: Arrivals, registration and coffee
- 11:00: Introduction to the day: Patrick Carmichael and Helen Burchmore
- 11:15: Identifying ‘points of focus’ for interdisciplinary working, discussion and development, including: Theories of learning; Warrants; Ethics; Technology enhanced research; Participation and engagement; Design.
- 1:00 Lunch
- 1:30 Researchers’ experiences of interdisciplinary working on TEL and discussion
- 3:30 Keynote: Caroline Haythornthwaite, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- 4:15 Concluding discussions and future plans with Richard Noss and Patrick Carmichael