Saturday, 15 February 2020

Fwd: Webinar Invitation: "Researching socially shared regulation in learning", Prof. Sanna Järvelä on Feb 18, 2020



 

I have a pleasure to invite you to SoLAR's Webinar with Professor Sanna Järvelä from University of Oulu, Finland, a world-renowned expert in Self-Regulated Learning and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning research. The title of Prof Järvelä's talk is "Researching socially shared regulation in learning." See the details of the talk below.

 

To register, go to https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/researching-socially-shared-regulation-in-learning-registration-91591487605

 

Time and date: Tuesday 18 February 2020, 6:00 pm–7:00 pm Central European Time (12:00 pm1:00 pm US Eastern Time, 9:00 am10:00 am US Pacific Time)
Location: 
Zoom (meeting URL provided in the registration email)

 

(Also, make sure you follow SoLAR's Eventbrite page to get updates for the future events). 

 

We are looking forward to seeing you at the webinar!

 

Kind regards,

Vita

 

 

 

Researching socially shared regulation in learning

Abstract:
Advanced learning technologies have contributed to progress in learning sciences research. There is growing interest in methodological developments using technological tools and multimodal methods for understanding learning processes (e.g. physiological measures). My research group has been working on collecting multimodal and multichannel data for understanding the complex process of collaborative learning. We have been especially interested in how groups, and individuals in groups, can be supported to engage in, sustain, and productively regulate collaborative processes for better learning. In this presentation, I will introduce the theoretical progress in understanding socially shared regulation (SSRL) in learning and review how we have been collecting, analyzing and triangulating data about the regulation in collaborative learning. I will discuss the current methodological challenges and opportunities learning analytics has helped us trace and model SSRL processes.

Biography:
Sanna Järvelä is a professor in learning sciences and head of the Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit (LET) and director of the LeaF research infrastructure in the University of Oulu, Finland. Her main research interests deal with self-regulated learning, computer-supported collaborative learning and on-line learning processes. Järvelä and her research group are internationally recognized in theoretical and methodological advancement of social aspects of self-regulated learning (socially shared regulation in learning) and processes oriented and multimodal research methods. She has published more than 150 scientific papers in international refereed journals and about 50 book chapters and three edited books, and her Google Scholar h-index is 55. She has been editor in many journals (e.g. Learning and Instruction) and currently Chief Editor in the International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. Järvelä is the member of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters, the past EARLI (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction) president and invited member of the expert group of the OECD's PISA 2024 'Learning in the Digital World'.




Friday, 14 February 2020

Fwd: Advance HE Annual Retention and Success Symposium: the Role of Mental Wellbeing. Submit a contribution by 28 February




The call for contributions to Advance HE's Student Retention and Success Symposium: the Role of Mental Wellbeing on 21 April 2020 in York is open. Submit a contribution by midnight on 28 February 2020. Find out more: https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/programmes-events/calendar/student-retention-and-success-symposium-examining-role-mental-wellbeing

 

 

Our Student Retention & Symposium is an annual event. This year we are delighted that Dr Michelle Morgan is our guest & keynote speaker.  Michelle is a well-known commentator on the student learning experience & student wellbeing. Further details,  & ideas for stimulus presentations are listed on the event page above link

 

We hope to see some of you there to continue discussions on student transitions, retention and success through this particular theme

 

Best wishes

 

Joan

 

Dr Joan O' Mahony

Senior Advisor (Learning & Teaching)

Knowledge, Insights, Innovation & Delivery

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Thursday, 13 February 2020

Fwd: Innovations in Internationalisation at Home Conference- 24 April, Canterbury - IIH2020 Needs You!


Dear Colleagues, 

After the great success of the Innovations in Internationalisation at Home 2019 (IIH2019), I'm pleased to report that registration for our IIH2020 conference is now open. 

IIH2020 will be held on Friday 24 April from 9.30am-4.30pm at the University of Kent's Darwin Conference Centre. 

For more information on the IIH2020 conference, please visit this website: https://www.kent.ac.uk/global/iih/index.html  

You can also email us on: iih-conference@kent.ac.uk   

Our full call for speaker papers is also available on this link 

You can submit your speaker proposal anytime between now and 20 March, using the above email address. See our website for more proposal submission details. 

You can even help us to promote the conference by putting up this poster in your office.

At IIH2020, we are particularly interested in The Power of Co-Creation and the ways in which staff and students have collaborated to inform Internationalisation at Home and Internationalisation of the Curriculum initiatives.

In addition to this year's theme, we remain interested in the following types of focus in sessions at IIH2020

·         Research and classroom practice which can be linked to meaningful outcomes in student experience for both home and international students

·         Ventures which seek to develop intercultural awareness between home and international students

·         Mechanisms for encouraging and supporting internationalisation in different academic disciplines

·         Examples of embedding internationalised learning outcomes

·         Internationalisation within formal and informal contexts

·         Internationalisation activities which harness technology for transnational communications

·         Strategies for engaging colleagues in internationalisation at home 

You can also email us on: iih-conference@kent.ac.uk   

We look forward to the prospect of seeing you at IIH2020. Please share this email far and wide and help us draw attention to this important forum that you have helped to create.

Best Regards,

Dr Anthony Manning
Dean for Internationalisation 
University of Kent

 



Tuesday, 11 February 2020

Fwd: Webinar Invitation: "Researching socially shared regulation in learning", Prof. Sanna Järvelä on Feb 18, 2020



I have a pleasure to invite you to SoLAR's Webinar with Professor Sanna Järvelä from University of Oulu, Finland, a world-renowned expert in Self-Regulated Learning and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning research. The title of Prof Järvelä's talk is "Researching socially shared regulation in learning." See the details of the talk below.

 

To register, go to https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/researching-socially-shared-regulation-in-learning-registration-91591487605

 

Time and date: Tuesday 18 February 2020, 6:00 pm–7:00 pm Central European Time (12:00 pm1:00 pm US Eastern Time, 9:00 am10:00 am US Pacific Time)
Location: 
Zoom (meeting URL provided in the registration email)

 

(Also, make sure you follow SoLAR's Eventbrite page to get updates for the future events). 

 

We are looking forward to seeing you at the webinar!

 

Kind regards,

Vita

 

 

 

Researching socially shared regulation in learning

Abstract:
Advanced learning technologies have contributed to progress in learning sciences research. There is growing interest in methodological developments using technological tools and multimodal methods for understanding learning processes (e.g. physiological measures). My research group has been working on collecting multimodal and multichannel data for understanding the complex process of collaborative learning. We have been especially interested in how groups, and individuals in groups, can be supported to engage in, sustain, and productively regulate collaborative processes for better learning. In this presentation, I will introduce the theoretical progress in understanding socially shared regulation (SSRL) in learning and review how we have been collecting, analyzing and triangulating data about the regulation in collaborative learning. I will discuss the current methodological challenges and opportunities learning analytics has helped us trace and model SSRL processes.

Biography:
Sanna Järvelä is a professor in learning sciences and head of the Learning and Educational Technology Research Unit (LET) and director of the LeaF research infrastructure in the University of Oulu, Finland. Her main research interests deal with self-regulated learning, computer-supported collaborative learning and on-line learning processes. Järvelä and her research group are internationally recognized in theoretical and methodological advancement of social aspects of self-regulated learning (socially shared regulation in learning) and processes oriented and multimodal research methods. She has published more than 150 scientific papers in international refereed journals and about 50 book chapters and three edited books, and her Google Scholar h-index is 55. She has been editor in many journals (e.g. Learning and Instruction) and currently Chief Editor in the International Journal of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. Järvelä is the member of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters, the past EARLI (European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction) president and invited member of the expert group of the OECD's PISA 2024 'Learning in the Digital World'.




Fwd: ALDinHE20 full programme available



 

The provisional full programme for the ALDinHE 2020 conference in Northampton is now available!  Session selection for registered delegates will be available soon.

 

If you're attending, please register and pay by 23rd March, and if you would like to apply to the conference fund, please submit your applications to admin@aldinhe.ac.uk by 21st February.

 

Thank you,
Melanie

Melanie Crisfield, BA (Hons), MA, MPhil, FHEA, ALDinHE Certified Practitioner
Academic Skills Adviser
T +44(0)1895 268704 | E melanie.crisfield@brunel.ac.uk

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