Engaging Learners in Online Delivery

Date: 24th March 2021

Location: Online (Microsoft Teams)

Please note this event is for Members only

This event will run as an online event from 2:00 - 4:30pm

Event Further Information

The pandemic has forced us all explore the opportunities and challenges of online delivery, teaching and learning, generating a great deal of interest in sharing experiences about what works and what hasn’t gone so well. To support that process, NERUPI is hosting another half-day session for members with two examples of online delivery in very different subjects but with the shared aim of encouraging active engagement in the learning process. The third session of the day is a practical workshop on adapting activity when running sessions online.

Participants will:

  • Discover new techniques for online delivery
  • Increase their understanding of Diana Laurillard’s Learning Designer Framework
  • Reflect on developing students' agency in the design of learning content
  • Explore strategies for promoting active online learning in their own areas

Download event programme: Engaging Learners In Online Delivery Event Programme

Confirmed Speakers

Anne-Catherine Mechler, University of Bath

Dr Emma Davies, University of East London

Pre Event Materials

Diana Laurillard presentation on the Learning Designer Framework

Rethinking university teaching: a conversational framework for the effective use of learning technologies, 2nd edition (Diana Laurillard, 2002)

Teaching as a design science: building pedagogical patterns for learning and technology - Diana Laurillard (2012)

A conversational framework for individual learning applied to the ‘Learning Organisation’ and the ‘Learning Society’ - Diana Laurillard (2000)