Programme

* NB: Primary venue is St. David Lecture Theatre Complex unless otherwise specified (see here for a map of the Dunedin area, including venues) – times and details may be subject to change.

Floorplan of workshop venue – G Block, Otago Polytechnic
Floorplan of St. David Lecture Theatre Complex

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Sunday, November 23 (Workshops)
0800-2000 Registration
St. David Street Lecture Complex
0845 Bus transport
St. David Street Lecture Complex to G Block
Rooms G201/G203 G205 G315 G303
0900-1030 #1 Learning Design Techniques and Tools
Workshop
Sue Bennett, Shirley Agostinho & Lori Lockyer
Half day
#2 Getting Started with Institutional Learning Analytics
Workshop
Leah P. Macfadyen & Shane Dawson
Full day
#4 The Networked Professional: Tribes and Treasure Maps
Workshop
Kim Tairi, Joyce Seitzinger & Tim Klapdor
Full day
#5 Planning Research and Evaluation into Contemporary Learning Environments
Workshop
Rob Phillips
Half day
1030-1045 Morning tea
1045-1215 #1 Learning Design Techniques and Tools (continued)
Workshop
#2 Getting Started with Institutional Learning Analytics (continued)
Workshop
#4 The Networked Professional: Tribes and Treasure Maps (continued)
Workshop
#5 Planning Research and Evaluation into Contemporary Learning Environments (continued)
Workshop
1200 Bus transport
St. David Street Lecture Complex to G Block
1215-1315 Lunch
1315-1445 #3 Giving Students Power in Assessment in Higher Education
Workshop
Carmel McNaught
Half day
#2 Getting Started with Institutional Learning Analytics (continued)
Workshop
#4 The Networked Professional: Tribes and Treasure Maps (continued)
Workshop
#6 Social Media for Teaching and Learning
Workshop
Anthea Leggett & Chris Campbell
Half day
1445-1500 Afternoon tea
1500-1630 #3 Giving Students Power in Assessment in Higher Education (continued)
Workshop
#2 Getting Started with Institutional Learning Analytics (continued)
Workshop
#4 The Networked Professional: Tribes and Treasure Maps (continued)
Workshop
#6 Social Media for Teaching and Learning (continued)
Workshop
1630 Bus transport
G Block to St David Street Theatre Complex
1645-1730 Bus transport leaving at intervals
St David Street Theatre Complex to Sargood Centre
1700-1730
(new members)
1730-1900
(everyone)
Welcome function
Sargood Centre
including ascilite New Member Welcome
1900-1945 Bus transport leaving at intervals
Sargood Centre to Octagon (via St. David Lecture Complex)


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Monday, November 24
0800-1800 Registration and information desk open
St. David Street Lecture Complex Foyer
0845 Doors closed for Maioha
Lecture theatre
0845-0900 Maioha
Lecture theatre
0900-0910 Welcome from Otago University Vice Chancellor & Otago Polytechnic Chief Executive
Lecture theatre
0910-0915 Welcome from ascilite president
Lecture theatre
0915-0920 Doors open
Lecture theatre
0920-0930 Convenors welcome and housekeeping
Lecture theatre
0930-1025 Keynote 1: Sara de Freitas
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: JENNY MCDONALD
1025-1030 Echo360 gold sponsor slot
Lecture theatre
1030-1055 Morning tea
1100-1225 Session 1.1
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: SWEE-KIN LOKE
Session 1.2
Room 1
CHAIR: CATHY GUNN
Session 1.3
Room 2
CHAIR: MARK NORTHOVER
Session 1.4
Room 3
CHAIR: LORI LOCKYER
Session 1.5
Room 4
CHAIR: RAEWYN LESA
Session 1.6
Room 5
CHAIR: VERONIQUE OLIN
Session 1.7
Room 6 (CFI)
1100-1125
Best paper nominee
#231 Rhetoric and Reality: Critical perspectives on education in a 3D virtual world
Full paper
Gregory et al
#96 Adopt or adapt? The rhetoric and reality of the diffusion of innovation in changing, technology-enhanced learning environments
Full paper
Janet Buchan
#300 The learning challenge: Discovering the power of digital practices
Full paper
Caroline Steel
#185 Three paths for learning analytics and beyond: Moving from rhetoric to reality
Full paper
Colin Beer, David Jones, Rolley Tickner
#57 Tool mediation and learner engagement: An Activity Theory perspective
Full paper
Dilani Gedera
#111 Virtually Enhanced Languages
Sharing practice
Scott Grant
#500 Getting your work published in AJET
Symposium (1 hour)
1130-1155
Best paper nominee
#125 Badges in the Carpe Diem MOOC
Full paper
Kulari Lokuge Dona, Janet Gregory, Gilly Salmon, Ekaterina Pechenkina
#91 The Very Idea of e-Exams: Student (Pre)conceptions
Full paper
Mathew Hillier
#146 Efficient Learning Design – Concept, Catalyst, and Cases
Full paper
Mikkel Godsk
#105 “What in Me is Dark, Illumine”: Developing a Semantic URL Learning Analytics Solution for Moodle
Full paper
Shane Wohlers, John Jamieson
#182 Seeing between the lines: How do PhD students use computer technologies in their research practices?
Full paper
KwongNui Sim, Sarah Stein, Russell Butson, Jacques van der Meer
#401 How should we quantify student engagement?
Echo360 sharing practice
Perry Samson
1200-1225
Best paper nominee
#328 Nyungar Place Stories Pilot: Using augmented reality for Indigenous cultural sustainability
Full paper
Leah Irving, Julie Hoffman
#15 Crossing the divide: Student and staff responses to changing an institutional learning management system
Full paper
Stuart Palmer, Dale Holt
#64 Modern Digital Literacy: The Computer Science Curriculum Goes Mainstream
Full paper
Joy Gasson, Patricia Haden
#283 “We will fix the deficit”: Deficit theories in the literature of educational technology adoption.
Full paper
Julia Thornton
#246 Effective practice of using digital portfolios: How can Queensland teachers inform teacher education practice?
Full paper
Vicky Smart, Cheryl Sim and Glenn Finger
#400 An orientation to open, flexible and distance learning
Ako Aotearoa sharing practice
Mark Nichols
1225-1325 Lunch
1245-1325 ascilite AGM
Lecture theatre
1330-1415 Invited speaker 1: Shane Dawson
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: JENNY MCDONALD
1415-1420 (Housekeeping)
1420-1425 Presentation of certificates to institutional members and mentees
1430-1525 Session 2.1
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: BEN DANIEL
Session 2.2
Room 1
CHAIR: SARAH STEIN
Session 2.3
Room 2
CHAIR: SHIRLEY AGOSTINHO
Session 2.4
Room 3
CHAIR: SUE BENNETT
Session 2.5
Room 4
CHAIR: JOHN MILNE
Session 2.6
Room 5
CHAIR: SELENA CHAN
Session 2.7
Room 6 (CFI)
1430-1445 #256 Finding and Sharing Educational Resources using Twitter, Hashtags and Storify
Concise paper
Mark McGuire
#255 Polysynchronous learning: a model for student interaction and engagement
Concise paper
Barney Dalgarno
#58 “The score doesn’t mean much”: Students’ and staff understandings of text matching software
Concise paper
Lee Adam, Carol Bond, Ari Samaranayaka
#76 Completing the Loop: Returning Learning Analytics to Teachers
Concise paper
Gregor Kennedy, Linda Corrin, Lori Lockyer, Raoul Mulder, Shane Dawson, David Williams, Scott Copeland, Susie Khamis
#88 Mid-semester student satisfaction feedback: reducing confusion and anxiety
Concise paper
Lorraine Parkin, Michael Henderson
#302 Learners and Mobile Devices #NPF14LMD: Sharing practice from a national project
Sharing practice (1430-1455)
#NPF14LMD
#601 Transforming Assessment (e-Assessment)
SIG (1 hour)
1450-1505 #239 Adoption of Mobile devices by academic staff: The reality
Concise paper
Kathryn Mac Callum, Michael Verhaart
#198 Developing deep, widespread and sustained improvements in online learning in a Faculty of Business: An analysis of the change process
Concise paper
Carole Hunter, Louise Hard, Brian D’Netto, Harriet Ridolfo, Donna Read
#179 Fostering online student interaction using the OB3 web application for online study
Concise paper
Rea Daellenbach, Lorna Davies, Mary Kensington, Rodney Tamblyn
#69 Creepy Analytics and Learner Data Rights
Concise paper
Scott Beattie, Carolyn Woodley, Kay Souter
#137 Do we need a discussion forum?
Concise paper
Jennie Swann, Rhian Salmon
#252 Benchmarking your capacity for technology enhanced learning: Helping you take the reigns
Sharing practice (1500-1525)
Michael Sankey, Helen Carter
1510-1525
Best paper nominee
#233 Badge trouble: piloting open badges at the Australian National University
Concise paper
Inger Mewburn, Katharina Freund, Emily Rutherford
#161 Achieving flexibility? The rhetoric and reality of the role of learning technologies in UK HE
Concise paper
Martin Jenkins, Richard Walker, Julie Voce
#215 iBus: Perceptions of the rise of mobile learning in a business degree
Concise paper
James Oldfield, Wajira Dassanayake, Nick Kearns
#133 Using visual analytics to explore Community Engaged Learning and Teaching at the University of Otago
Concise paper
Gala Hesson, A.C.M. Moskal, Kerry Shephard
#155 The focus group method: Generating high quality data for empirical studies
Concise paper
Julia Hallas
1525-1555 Afternoon tea
1600-1655 Session 3.1
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: BARNEY DALGARNO
Session 3.2
Room 1
CHAIR: ADON MOSKAL
Session 3.3
Room 2
CHAIR: VICTOR FESTER
Session 3.4
Room 3
CHAIR: THOM COCHRANE
Session 3.5
Room 4
CHAIR: ALAN SOONG
Session 3.6
Room 5
CHAIR: MICHAEL VERHAART
Session 3.7
Room 6 (CFI)
CHAIR: TRACY KENNEDY
1600-1615
Best paper nominee
#98 Designing virtual worlds for effective peer feedback: The case of Otago Virtual Hospital
Concise paper
Phil Blyth, Swee-Kin Loke
#158 Embedded use of I-pads to enhance student engagement and retention in technical education.
Concise paper
Alison Halstead
#173 Multiple-choice questions in the Humanities: A case study of Peerwise in a first-year Popular Music course
Concise paper
Adrian Renzo
#212 By staff/ For staff: building, sustaining, and empowering a community of practice in learning and teaching for all University staff
Sharing practice (1600-1625)
Salmon et al
#244 Bringing digital literacies to students without internet access
Sharing practice (1600-1625)
Helen Farley
#402 From the big screen to many screens – Capturing our audience
JPL Media sharing practice (1600-1625)
Andrew Jamieson
#140 Expert in my Pocket: Creating First Person POV Videos To Enhance Mobile Learning
Sharing practice (1600-1625)
Peter Bright, Bil Lord, Helen Forbes, Florin Oprescu, Nigel Barr, Terri Downer, Nicole (Nikki) Phillips, Lauren McTier, Vilma Simbag, Kristel Alla
1620-1635 #132 Learning to fish for a lifetime: Personalised mobile academic phrase libraries – project proposal
Concise paper
Kay Hammond
#323 Giving students an informed choice when selecting teams for group work
Concise paper
Yuwanuch Gulatee, Martin Masek
#172 Developing Black Belts, via a Community of Practice for Blended Science and Engineering Learning and Teaching at UniSA
Concise paper
Paul Corcoran, Deb Moulton, Patrick James and Pramila Rathore
#312 Digital Learning Thresholds – developing, implementing and monitoring – a whole of institution approach
Sharing practice (1630-1655)
Romy Lawson
#200 The Grow-your-own MOOC kit
Sharing practice (1630-1655)
Nicola Parkin, Angela Brown
#37 Technology enabled learning: Can it enhance the student learning experience?
Sharing practice (1630-1655)
Pierre Breckendorff, Zofia Pawlaczek, Vicky Smart, Kathryn Coleman
1640-1655
Best paper nominee
#70 Towards a global educational technology environment – technology integration at RMIT University
Concise paper
Garry Allan
#47 Snapchat ‘selfies’: The case of disappearing data
Concise paper
Jennifer Charteris, Sue Gregory, Yvonne Maste
#268 The socially networked language learner: Implications for tertiary language education
Concise paper
Antonie Alm
1700-1730 Poster session
1730-1750 Bus transport for Monday Night at the Museum
St. David Lecture Theatre Complex to Toitu Museum
1800-1930 Monday Night at the Museum
Museum visit and refreshments
Free range foraging



Tuesday, November 25
0800-1700 Registration and information desk open
St. David Street Lecture Complex Foyer
0845-0855 Welcome to the day and housekeeping
Lecture theatre
0855-0950 Keynote 2: Niki Davis
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: BRONWYN HEGARTY
0950-1000 ascilite awards
Lecture theatre
1000-1030 Morning tea
1035-1200 Session 4.1
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: CAROLINE STEEL
Session 4.2
Room 1
CHAIR: RICHARD ELLIOT
Session 4.3
Room 2
CHAIR: AMY WILSON
Session 4.4
Room 3
CHAIR: CATHERINE ROBINSON
Session 4.5
Room 4
CHAIR: SELENA CHAN
Session 4.6
Room 5
CHAIR: BEN DANIEL
Session 4.7
Room 6 (CFI)
1035-1100
Best paper nominee
#153 Herding cats and measuring elephants: implementing and evaluating an institutional blended and mobile learning strategy
Full paper
Carol Russell
#84 A time for everything: Reviewing an institution’s virtual learning environment
Full paper
Roger Cook, Regina Obexer
#139 Coming of the third wave: A move toward best practice, user defined tools and mainstream integration for virtual worlds in education
Full paper
Marcus McDonald, Sue Gregory, Helen Farley, Jennifer Harlim, Jenny Sim, Christine Newman
#131 How do virtual world experiences bring about learning? A critical review of theories
Full paper
Swee-Kin Loke
#178 The role of the interpersonal in online knowledge construction: unrealised or unrealisable potential?
Full paper
Jo Lander
#78 Learning analytics 101: Leveraging the Desire2Learning Intelligent Agent tool to enhance student engagement and retention
Sharing practice
Jaclyn Broadbent
#501 Speed editing with an AJET editor. Session A
Symposium (1 hour)
1105-1130 #16 Attrition patterns amongst participant groups in Massive Open Online Courses
Full paper
David Glance, Hugh Barrett
#211 Factors influencing tertiary students’ choice of study mode
Full paper
Matthew Bailey, Dirk Ifenthaler, Maree Gosper, Mandy Kretzschmar
#279 Design principles for Massive Online Courses: Examples from first year teacher education
Full paper
Rob Phillips
#138 Towards a theoretical mobile heutagogy framework
Full paper
Vickel Narayan, Jan Herrington
#92 Blended Learning: Student Experiences
Full paper
Salome Meyer, Shane Wohlers, Bob Marshal
#199 Moodle analytics and student engagement
Sharing practice
John Milne, Lynn Jeffrey
1135-1200
Best paper nominee
#145 Experimental study on consumer-technology supported authentic immersion in virtual environments for education and vocational training
Full paper
Torsten Reiners, Lincoln Wood, Sue Gregory
#129 Choosing and Using Google Sites for ePortfolios at EIT
Concise paper (1135-1150)
Scott Casley, Stephanie Day
#53 Designing Transformative Learning Environments
Full paper
Thomas Cochrane, Laurent Antonczak, Matthew Guinibert
#221 Breaking BAD to bridge the reality/rhetoric chasm
Full paper
David Jones, Damien Clark
#319 Wide Open Listening: What is it really like to be a distance student?
Full paper
Penelope Rush
#56 Connecting Analytics, Theory and the Organisation: Exploring a multi-dimensional model of Learning Analytics
Sharing practice
Simon Welsh, Philip Uys
1200-1300 Lunch
1210-1255 Campus representative meeting
Room 1
1305-1350 Invited speaker 2: Wayne Mackintosh
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: BRONWYN HEGARTY
1400-1500 Session 5.1
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: TOM CLARK
Session 5.2
Room 1
CHAIR: SARAH GALLAGHER
Session 5.3
Room 2
CHAIR: ORIEL KELLY
Session 5.4
Room 3
CHAIR: CHRIS MOIR
Session 5.5
Room 4
CHAIR: MARK NORTHOVER
Session 5.6
Room 5
CHAIR: VERONIQUE OLIN
Session 5.7
Room 6 (CFI)
1400-1415 #318 Using the self-determined learning principles of heutagogy to support academic staff who are learning to teach online
Concise paper
Maria Northcote, Chris Boddey
#206 Students’ Perceptions of BYOD Open-Book Examinations in a Large Class: A Pilot Study
Concise paper
Teck Keong Seow, Swee Kit Alan Soong
#235 Developing an Online Learning Community in Industrial Law
Concise paper
Lisa King, Bronwen Leroy
#157 Ensuring the Development of Digital Literacy in Higher Education Curricula
Concise paper
Mark McMahon
#232 Three good reasons to understand the research impact of a technology-enabled initiative
Concise paper
Joanne Doyle, Helen Farley, Mike Keppell, Michael Cuthill, Lisa McDonald
#403 Application of immersive and blended learning in a nursing curriculum
ADInstruments sharing practice (1400-1425)
Linda Kinniburgh
#600 Learning Analytics
SIG (1 hour)
1420-1435 #303 The Who, Why and What of MOOCs
Concise paper
Adrian Norman
#245 Auditing the Office for Learning and Teaching Resource Library
Concise paper
Hider et al
#216 Promoting dialogue through authentic conversations in change management education
Concise paper
Sue Whale, Muayyad Jabri, Tim Cluley
#61 Blended professional learning – modelling the paradigm shift
Concise paper
Kuki Singh
#229 The role of instant feedback in improving student understanding of basic accounting concepts
Concise paper
Brent Gregory, Philip Uys, Sue Gregory
#404 Bringing it all together: Integrating first year Biochemistry curriculum in an online learning environment
ADInstruments sharing practice (1430-1455)
Tony Zaharic
1440-1455 #86 Improving existing resources for interactive learning activities using tablets and touch screens
Concise paper
Daphne Robson and Dave Kennedy
#251 Benchmarking for technology enhanced learning: Taking the next step in the journey
Concise paper
Michael Sankey
#270 The One-eyed King: Positioning Universal Design within Learning and Teaching at a Tertiary Institution
Concise paper
Thomas Kerr, Iain McAlpine and Michael Grant
#75 e-teaching: craft and practice
Concise paper
Sue Watling
#174 Reality at the Coal Face
Concise paper
Melanie Birks, Janet Buchan, John Smithson, Philip Norris
1500-1525 Afternoon tea
1530-1655 Session 6.1
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: RAEWYN LESA
Session 6.2
Room 1
CHAIR: ORIEL KELLY
Session 6.3
Room 2
CHAIR: SALLY PAIRMAN
Session 6.4
Room 3
CHAIR: CATHERINE ROBINSON
Session 6.5
Room 4
CHAIR: ROB PHILLIPS
Session 6.6
Room 5
CHAIR: STELLA LANGE
Session 6.7
Room 6 (CFI)
1530-1555
Best paper nominee
#321 MOOC: A higher education game changer in developing countries
Full paper
Priya Warusavitarana, Kulari Dona, Harshani Piyathilaka, Dilani Epitawela, Madhawi Edirisinghe
#238 Student use of technologies for learning – what has changed since 2010?
Full paper
Maree Gosper, Jo McKenzie, Jenny Pizzica, Janne Malfroy & Kevin Ashford-Rowe
#43 ‘The game is in the tutorial’: an evaluation of the use of an e-portfolio for personal and professional development in a medical school
Full paper
Glenn Mason, Vicki Langendyk, Shaoyu Wang
#134 Outcomes from a Digital Literacy Project: The EIT Experience
Full paper
Stephanie Day, Lynda Corner
#224 Any voice will do: Distance students’ perceptions of audio lectures
Full paper
Angela Ragusa, Andrea Crampton
#149 Turning a Digital Vision into Reality
Full paper
Stephen Marshall, Jonathan Flutey
#503 Community Mentoring Programme
Symposium (1 hour)
1600-1615
Best paper nominee
#67 An Open2Study MOOC experience from a staff perspective
Concise paper
Amy Wilson, Maggie Hartnett, Mark Brown, Andrew Jamieson, Scott Symonds
#307 BLT Bytes: Timely takeaways for teachers
Concise paper
Annabel Orchard, Cherry Stewart, Alberto Gonzalez, Barbara Macfarlan, Kirsten Schliephake, Tammy Smith
#194 Does Technology Matter? Students’ and Teachers’ Experiences of Electronic Portfolio (E-Portfolio) Systems in Teacher Education.
Concise paper
David San Jose
#204 Creating digital self-reflective frameworks to encourage learner autonomy in post-graduate courses
Concise paper
John Clayton, Sarah-Jane Saravani
#278 The transition from traditional face-to-face teaching to blended learning – implications and challenges from a mathematics discipline perspective
Concise paper
Birgit Loch, Rosy Borland
#207 The Failure of Defining Failure in Social Networking Sites
Concise paper
Erika Pearson, A.C.M. Moskal
1620-1635 #325 Flipping Japanese language classroom: seeing its impact from students survey and YouTube analytics
Concise paper
Yasuhisa Watanabe
#317 TPACKing for the Student Learning Centre Digital Strategy
Concise paper
Mark Bassett, Pedro Silva
#314 Creating Agile Curriculum Design Patterns: the Global Learning by Design Project
Concise paper
Spiros Soulis, Angela Nicolettou
#258 Socio-economic status and students’ experiences of technologies: Is there a digital divide?
Concise paper
Jo McKenzie, Jenny Pizzica, Maree Gosper, Janne Malfroy, Kevin Ashford-Rowe
#320 Using wiki technology in a blended learning environment: The reality
Concise paper
Michael Verhaart
#214 Designing a bespoke App to address Botanical literacy in the undergraduate science curriculum and beyond
Concise paper
Lachlan Pettit, Matthew Pye, Xiaolong Wang, Rosanne Quinnell
#602 Contribute to a national discussion on the integration and uptake of new education delivery models in the New Zealand tertiary education system
SIG (1630-1730)
1640-1655 #45 Exploratory learning analytics methods from three case studies
Concise paper
David Gibson, Sara de Freitas
#282 In the right space: exploring the dynamics between design, environment and pedagogy.
Concise paper
Richard Evans, Roger Cook
#160 Developing interactive mathematical visualisations
Concise paper
Jim Pettigrew, Donald Shearman
#234 Thinking through a Deconstructionist Philosophy of Technology in Education, Part 1: Originary Technicity and the Invention of the Student Body
Concise paper
Stephen Abblitt
#65 Software literacies in the tertiary environment
Concise paper
Craig Hight, Elaine Khoo, Bronwen Cowie, Rob Torrens
#276 Exploring the use of micro-credentialing and digital badges in learning environments to encourage motivation to learn and achieve.
Concise paper
Richard Elliott, John Clayton, Jun Iwata
1815-1900 Bus transport leaving at intervals
St. David Lecture Theatre Complex to Town Hall
1830 for 1900-2330 Conference dinner
Town Hall
2230-2345 Bus transport leaving at intervals
Town Hall to St. David Lecture Theare Complex



Wednesday, November 26
0830-1600 Registration and information desk open
St. David Street Lecture Complex Foyer
0900-0915 Welcome to the day and housekeeping
Lecture theatre
0915-0930 Best concise paper, full paper and poster awards
Lecture theatre
0930-1025 Keynote 3: Carmel McNaught
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: JENNY MCDONALD
1025-1100 Morning tea
1105-1200 Session 7.1
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: BRONWYN HEGARTY
Session 7.2
Room 1
CHAIR: MARK NICHOLS
Session 7.3
Room 2
CHAIR: STEPHEN MARSHALL
Session 7.4
Room 3
CHAIR: MICHAEL SANKEY
Session 7.5
Room 4
CHAIR: JOY GASSON
Session 7.6
Room 5
CHAIR: TRACY KENNEDY
Session 7.7
Room 6 (CFI)
1105-1120 #81 Changing the face of learning @ UWS
Full paper (1105-1130)
Lynnae Rankine-Venaruzzo, Dennis Macnamara, Tim Griffin
#257 Defining an agenda for learning analytics
Concise paper
Cathy Gunn
#136 A Badge of Honour; Recognising sustainable teaching principles with open badges
Concise paper
William Liu, Mark Northover
#315 Open source publishing in design education
Sharing practice (1105-1130)
Martin Kean
#267 Using Storify to Collect, Narrate and Share Online Content
Sharing practice (1105-1130)
Sarah Gallagher, Lynne Knapp, Mark McGuire, Allison Brown
#217 Educational innovation in the health setting – the use of MOOCs in medical education.
Sharing practice (1105-1130)
Kylie Mansfield, Lyndal Parker-Newlyn, Sarah Lambert
#504 Flipping the OERu plan: Crowdsourcing solutions for sustainable education futures worldwide
Symposium (1105-1155)
1125-1140
Best paper nominee
#152 A Multidisciplinary Focus on 21st Century Digital Learning Environments : a New Program at CSU
Full paper (1135-1200)
Judy O’Connell
#223 Exploring students’ interpretation of feedback delivered through learning analytics dashboards
Concise paper
Linda Corrin, Paula de Barba
#143 Mixed media visualization effect on student perceptions and learning outcomes
Concise paper
James Birt
#289 The LMS and the Alternatives: the rhetoric and the reality
Sharing practice (1135-1200)
Howard Errey
#219 Painless grammar for native speakers: bridging the gap between implicit and explicit understanding
Sharing practice (1135-1200)
Gordon Campbell
#39 Do you see what I see? Learning to see like a pathologist via collaborative annotating of clinical images
Sharing practice (1135-1200)
Noelyn Hung, A.C.M. Moskal, Swee-Kin Loke
1145-1200
Best paper nominee
#51 Development of an application with process feedback to enhance student-centred learning
Concise paper
Sudhakaran Edathil, Christopher Chin, Stephanie Zank, Dev Ranmuthugala, Susan Salter
#181 Medical students’ reflections in online discussions – does teacher facilitation matter?
Concise paper
Mary Furnari
1200-1255 Lunch
1300-1355 Session 8.1
Lecture theatre
CHAIR: JENNY MCDONALD
Session 8.2
Room 1
CHAIR: SALLY PAIRMAN
Session 8.3
Room 2
CHAIR: BRONWYN HEGARTY
Session 8.4
Room 3
CHAIR: JOHN CLAYTON
Session 8.5
Room 4
CHAIR: TRACY KENNEDY
Session 8.6
Room 5
CHAIR: MARK MCGUIRE
Session 8.7
Room 6 (CFI)
1300-1315
Best paper nominee
#82 Flexibility and technology-enhanced learning and teaching: The rhetoric and reality
Concise paper
Josie Fisher, Sue Whale
#165 Measures of success: varying intention and participation in MOOCs
Concise paper
Kim Blackmore
#42 ImpressDent: Learning how to make dental impressions with a computer simulation
Concise paper
Sunyoung Ma, Gala Hesson, Richard Zeng, Swee-Kin Loke
#94 Designing a technology-enhanced authentic learning environment for a large engineering class
Concise paper
Alberto Corrias, Martin Buist, Swee Kit Alan Soong
#322 The place of theory in educational technology research
Concise paper
John Hannon and Reem Al-Mahmood
#240 Designing for learning in the MOOC environment: Early experiences at the University of Auckland
Sharing practice (1300-1325)
Claire Donald, Elizabeth Ramsay
#502 Speed editing with an AJET editor. Session B
Symposium (1 hour)
1320-1335 #112 Virtual classroom technology: facilitating distance education nurses’ knowledge of systematic literature searching
Concise paper
Elizabeth Pascoe, Sharon Karasmanis
#197 Iterative approach to implicit student-generated mobile learning to promote visual literacy and peer mediated learning
Concise paper
Hardy Ernst, William McGahan, John Harrison
#324 Having your cake and eating it too: The rhetoric and reality of redesigning staff professional development
Concise paper
Sarah Thorneycroft and Brian Landrigan
#122 Refreshing the eLearning guidelines: realigning rhetoric and reality
Concise paper
Oriel Kelly
#80 Authentic assessment of reflection in an ePortfolio: How to make reflection more ‘real’ for students
Concise paper
Pauline Roberts, Helen Farley, Sue Gregory
#292 Presenting Without PowerPoint
Sharing practice (1330-1355)
Thomas Cochrane, Vickel Narayan
1340-1355
Best paper nominee
#110 Tools of the trade: “Breaking the ice” with virtual tools in online learning
Concise paper
Naomi McGrath, Sue Gregory, Helen Farley, Pauline Roberts
#184 Remote Access Laboratories Enhancing STEM Education
Concise paper
Wu Ting, Peter Albion
#119 Open online courses and massively untold stories
Concise paper
Leigh Blackall
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1400-1425 #59 Synchronous Online Delivery
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1430-1450 Panel conference reflections
1450-1500 Handover to ascilite2015 conference
1500 Conference close