Date: 12 Jan 2011
Start Time: 11:00 am
Location/venue: Loughborough University
This series of short case-study presentations by academics across a range of disciplines at Loughborough will look at the practical, technical and academic issues around introducing a range of learning technologies, particularly automated lecture capture, and at whether the experience so far suggests that the application of these technologies has been effective. Presenters will focus on the impact on their workload of introducing these technologies at a time when institutions are looking for opportunities for efficiency gains.
To find out more information and to book onto this event please visit: http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/events/detail/2011/jointevents/12_Jan_Lougborough_Seminar_LT
This Seminar is part of the Professional Learning and Teaching strand for the Evidence-based Practice Seminar Series 2010.
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