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Wednesday 10 September , 12.30
Sports Hall 2
Posters are displayed throughout the conference, but have  authors in attendance Wed 13.00-14.00 to engage in conversation. Attendees registered with Crowdvine can contact poster authors via Crowdvine too.

1 hr
Dimensions of the global digital divide: the case of the Namibia school link partnership
Abisai, Hambeleleni
Summative assessment to formative feedback using e-tivities
Aiyegbayo, Olaojo et al.
Sharing the benefits of Leicester University's Pathfinder project across HEIs: the CHEETAH project
Armellini, Alejandro et al.
Critical Success Factors for major e-learning initiatives
Bacsich, Paul
Social learning by adults: stepping over the digital divide
Barrett, Esther et al.
Does design for learning have a future?
Beetham, Helen et al.
Online reflections: effective learning revisited
Bel, Eric et al.
Can podcasting be used as an effective component of online learning?
Bennett, Liz et al.
Lecture and event capture system implementation: Newcastle University and CETL4HealthNE
Bradley, Philip et al.
The Bridge Support Framework for Online Learning Environments: towards managing the digital divide
Buchan, Janet et al.
Work-based e-learning: a systematic review of student experience of e-learning techniques
Carroll, Christopher et al.
Exploring the use of e-learning technologies in industry training: a New Zealand experience
Clayton, John
Pimp your PDP: how SaPRA can engage your students in the process
Currant, Becka et al.
Mission, purpose and intent: necessary foundations for effective course design
Dence, Roger et al.
Get your free e-learning here: building an e-learning object by exploiting open source applications
Dickinson, Anne
Developing an online research community.
Duke-Williams, Emma et al.
New technologies: easy to use with help
Duran i Batidor, Jordi
Maximising the potential of e-learning technologies in designing 'fit for purpose' student learning environments
Elliott, Richard
ICT skills and e-learning
Elliott, Richard et al.
Spanning the boundaries
Good, Judith et al.
Developing community supported learning for a large diverse group of nursing students studying anatomy and physiology
Goodchild, Tim
Podcasting: a digital divide in action?
Head, Naomi et al.
The AWESOME dissertation
Highton, M et al.
Getting through to employers: an open services model
Holland, Tom et al.
‘Scene I.T.’: Crime Scene Investigation at the University of Teesside
James, Tim et al.
Did the university MLE benefit exiting students’ studies?
Jefferies, Amanda et al.
Finding our digital voices
Jones, Geraldine et al.
Learning to text and texting to learn: adopting and adapting to SMS
Jones, Geraldine et al.
The Internal/ external divide: supporting the development of external distance learning tutors
Jordan, Lindsay et al.
Social capital: re-framing the digital divide
Keane, Julie
Lifelong competence development: a European network approach
Kew, Christopher
Action research into online support for computer based work in mathematics
Kirk, Abigail
Accessing virtual worlds via Virtual Learning Environments
Livingstone, Daniel
The MSc Blended and Online Education programme: learner-centred, work-based, flexible and always on
Mainka, Christina et al.
POCKET: Project on Open Content for Knowledge Exposition and Teaching
Malone, Sarah et al.
Open Educational Resources as a vehicle for staff development
Mason, Robin et al.
An interprofessional virtual workshop
McCalmont, Mark et al.
Invitational interfaces: fostering Communities of Practice in a New Zealand tertiary institute
McMillan, Adam
My Word, My Scholar: why leave your learning behind?
Mobbs, Richard et al.
Vodbox: an inexpensive device to capture all projected output and deliver it as a vodcast.
Morris, Sion-Wyn et al.
The great history conundrum: an alternative reality for research skills teaching
Moseley, Alexander
Pedagogy or technology: enabling collaborative e-learning development for non-technical educators
Nilan, Matthew
OpenMoo: making resources accessible outside the VLE
Oprandi, Paolo et al.
Online testing of higher order skills
Paterson, Jessie et al.
Schome: building a community of learners
Peachey, Anna
ISPPS: Identity Supporting Personalised Progression Spaces (iCaboodle)
Sowden, David et al.
‘Student’s and Tutor’s Reflections and Insight’s into the Dissertation Experience’ (STRIDE)
Teague, Joanna
'Learning Opportunities': personalised, web-based information, advice and guidance
Thackray, Liz
Opening access to all, opening up the API
Thompson, David
A sustainable university-wide approach to embedding accessibility in e-learning practice and developments
Trikic, Angela et al.
GRiID: Gcu research in Internet 3D
Trinder, Kathryn R. et al.
Ring-fencing 'e-moderation': a suggested framework for understanding moderation of online asynchronous discussions
Vlachopoulos, Panos
Why don’t more students use speech recognition technology?
Walker, Stuart et al.
A multimedia instruction to enhance the social skills of the young learner with autism.
Walsh, Leanne et al.
Putting plagiarism prevention before detection
Webb, Eileen et al.
Diminishing the digital divide for children who have chronic diseases using Nefreduca
Whitelock, Denise et al.
Designing complex adaptive learning ecologies
Williams, Roy
Sounding Boards: asynchronous audio for learning
Yaneske, Elisabeth