Parallel Session 2
Monday 5th May: 14.15 - 16.00
Learning and Interculturality: Perspectives on Working in Intercultural
Symposium Organiser: David McConnell, Lancaster University
Reflective Practices in Collaborative Intercultural e-Tutor
Teams: A UK-Sino Case Study
Nicholas Bowskill, David McConnell, Lancaster University,
Sheena Banks, University of Sheffield.
A Feeling or a Practice? Achieving Interculturality In an
Sheena Banks, University of Sheffield, UK, firstname.lastname@example.org
David McConnell, Nick Bowskill, Lancaster University.
Examining Conceptions of E-Learning in an Intercultural,
David McConnell, Nicholas Bowskill, Lancaster University; Sheena
Banks, Sheffield University.
Perspectives on the International student experience: a
Michael Reynolds, Lancaster University
Engaging with International Students: An Account of practice
In On-line Assessment
Kiran Trehan, Lancaster University.
Challenges for Chinese Learners in Sino-UK Intercultural
Online Interactions--Case Study of an eChina~UK Project Course
Zhenhong Zhang, Ronghuai Huang, Beijing Normal University.
of students’ use of networked learning technologies
Maarten de Laat, University of Exeter, Gráinne Conole, The
Supporting and Enhancing
Undergraduate Learning with
m-learning tools: an exploration and analysis of the potential of
Mobile Phones and SMS
Geraldine Jones, Gabriele Edwards, Alan Reid, University of Bath.
Assessing the Quality of
Synchronous Network Learning Activities using Machine Learning Techniques
Georgios Kahrimanis, Eleni Mikroyannidi, Nikolaos Avouris, University
A learning design methodology
to foster and support creativity in design
Gráinne Conole, Andrew Brasher, Simon Cross, Martin Weller,
Stewart Nixon, Paul Clark, The Open University.
Allocation In Team Projects: Findings from an Experimental Online
System to Support Students
Janice Whatley, University of Salford.
Exploring the User’s
View on Design Patterns for Technology-Enhanced Learning
Michael Derntl, Renate Motschnig-Pitrik, University of Vienna.
Similarity based and knowledge
creating metaphors – a didactic framework for informing design
Anne Gerdes, University of Southern Denmark,
Investigating Supported or
Unsupported Individual and Group Work in Open Forums in an Open
Educational Resources Repository
Tina Wilson, The Open University.
Experiences with Learner Support in Networked Learning Communities
Benjamin Kehrwald, Massey University.
Expanding the concept of
Mike Johnson, Cardiff University.
The role of the developer
in institutional change: Tales from the edge
Sabine Little, University of Sheffield.
Reconsidering the role
of online tutors in asynchronous online discussions
Panos Vlachopoulos, Napier University.
to Net Based Learning, Experiences with Social Constructivist Pedagogy
in a Global Setting
Bodil Ask, University of Agder, Harald Haugen, TISIP & Stord/Haugesund
University College, Norway.
A Collaborative Approach
for the Development of Networked Learning Environments Using the
Nikolaos Valkanos, Alexander Technological Educational Institution
Students make a plan:
ICT access and social and academic uses in higher education
Laura Czerniewicz, Cheryl Brown, Samantha Lee Pan, Alfred Moyo
University of Cape Town.
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