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12:55 - 13:55 on Wednesday, 9 September 2009 in poster

This year voting for the best poster will be by SMS from mobile phones, sponsored by Edutxt. To vote for your favourite poster text the word ‘Poster’ followed by the submission number of that poster (which will be displayed on each stand and is listed in the Programme Guide) to +447786209045. Lines close at 1700 on Wednesday 9 September and the winner will be announced at the Gala Dinner that evening.


22 Critical success factors in e-learning for large enterprises
Richard Elliott, John Clayton

28 LEGO Mindstorms communication in Second Life.
Michael Vallance, Taku Suto, Tatsuya Nishi

38 Offering students choice in online e-Assessment to promote engagement and formative learning
Ali Wyllie, Ingrid Nix

40 EVAF4All: Electronic Voting Analysis & Feedback
Simon Bates, Keith Brunton

51 Learning 2.0 @LJMU - the story so far
Leo Appleton, Will Reid, Stephe Fletcher, Bethan Hughes, Alex Spiers

66 Facebook - Friend or Foe of Formative Feedback?
Marie Bassford, Jonathan Ivins

69 Promoting reflective practice at a New Zealand tertiary institute: creating the conceptual framework.
John Clayton, Adam McMillan

71 Open Habitat: The Manual, Publication and Poster
Ian Truelove

73 Student Support Platform: a new dynamic
Stefano Ghazzali, Daniel Perry

79 Virtual Learning Environments: Real or virtual learning?
Jonathan Ivins, Marie Bassford

82 Using Adobe Captivate to enhance the student experience across Further and Higher Education Institutions
Ian Cole, Alison Willis

93 Creating Technology Enhanced Courses with Reused and Repurposed Learning Materials: A Report from the JISC Psyche Project
Jon Loose

98 The Worked Example
John Horton

105 Embedding ePDP in Teacher Training: experience and challenges
Maria Rodriguez-Yborra, Sarah Lawton

108 Innovation Base: lowering the barriers to knowledge acquisition, exploration, and sharing
Hilary Dexter, Tom Franklin, Dave Millard, Yvonne Howard

118 A change model for embedding technology enhanced learning within institutions
Eileen Webb, Judith Kuit, Dave O'Hare, Sandra Partington, Peter Chatterton

John Conway, Tina Rowe, Philip Ramsden, Bang Nong

133 Regional Implementation of E-portfolio - Pilot and Beyond
Kirstie Coolin, Phil Harley, Stuart Wood, Adele Cushing

135 Identifying the potential of QR Codes as a Learning Technology
Andy Ramsden

138 Learning to respond: a crisis management simulation
John Carroll, David Cameron

147 A project developing the use of mobile learning to deliver learning support to patients and informal carers in Suffolk
Tim Goodchild, Jane Day

148 A new model for competence development - experiences from Umeå University, Sweden.
Katarina Winka, Thomas Fritz

160 Course team approaches to online task design in HE
Adam Unwin

170 If it takes a village to find a phone..... Using Appreciative Inquiry to engage a University in positive change.
Chris Hall

186 Innovative approaches to e-marking in symbolically-rich subjects
Sarah Chyriwsky, Gaynor Arrowsmith

191 E-assessment in Wales: Experiences from HEinFE
Peter Obee, Mark Pelling, Spencer Jordan

209 A case study of Second Life for collaborative learning
Ming Nie, Paula Roush, Matthew Wheeler

217 A new Moodle module for enhancing learner autonomy and encouraging peer-assisted learning: The Question Creation Activity module.
Peter Ruthven-Stuart

228 Online numeracy support for students in HE and FE - a user-centred approach
Toby Carter, Jamie Myland, Julian Priddle, Philippa Priddle, Dawn Hawkins, Jacqui McCary

235 Design and Implementation of an Interprofessional Virtual Workshop
Mark McCalmont, Paul Collier

239 Audio, autonomy and authenticity: constructive comments and conversations captured by the learner
Anne Nortcliffe, Andrew Middleton

247 The APT STAIRS model
Caroline Bell, Sarah Sherman

250 How many tools is too many?
Marty Jacobs

254 Designing a Context-Aware Ubiquitous Language Learning Environment
Gi-Zen Liy, Gwo-Jen Hwang

272 Can Technology Enhanced Learning engage the 'silent' student?
Ida Kemp, Jennifer Parr

273 When the 'teacher' is a co-learner. . .
Vincent Perera

277 Online Coursework Submission at the University of Essex
Ben Steeples

301 The Glossy Project
James Clay

303 Making the most of what we've got. How Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry is maximising the use of its eResources.
Sally Holden, Natasha Harden, Lizzy Parsons

307 LearnAbout educational technology: a practical approach to professional development at the Open University.
Patrina Law, Graham Healing, Gill Needham