To give you an idea of what might be interesting to you I've listed the talks along with a quick overview of those that I've watched.
- "Well, the kookaburras thought it was funny anyway!" (27:20) - Gilly Salmon has moved to Australia and gives us a quick comparison of the two Higher Education systems.
- “The city as the learning environment: making change happen in Leicester's schools" (23:09) - Josie Fraser works on ICT strategy across Leicester's schools, and here she talks about ways in which the students there want to improve their schools and learning technology use. She finishes by talking about their strategy and aims.
- "Leadership in a cold climate: Leading where the past is no reliable guide to the future. A reflection on the strategic leadership of people, technology and institutions in UK HE" (32:46) [Presentation Slides] - Ewart Wooldridge from the Leadership Foundation for HE spoke about the need for agility and change in Higher Education. While technology can have transformative, strategic and operational change on a university, he notes that currently most change is operational and then looks at how less hierarchical models of leadership, respect for professional staff, more entrepreneurial work, and more collaboration, might enable the transformational and strategic change.
- "I Have a Blind Student in My Maths/Science Class, Should I panic? How to promote inclusion for blind students" (29:38) - By Donal Fitzpatrick, Lecturer at the School of Computing at Dublin University.
- "Remembering Robin Mason" (25:01) - By Sonam Penjor, Head of Educational Technology, Royal University of Bhutan, Bhutan.
- "The ROI of Online Collaboration: Doing More With Less" (31:02) - By Rajeev Arora, Vice President of Marketing and Strategy for Blackboard Collaborate.
- "On being public...how social media reshapes professional identity" (31:50) - By Anne-Marie Cunningham, Clinical Lecturer and Academic Lead for eLearning in the School of Medicine at Cardiff University.
- "JISC's support for learning and teaching in a changing educational environment" (30:51) - By Malcolm Read, Executive Secretary of JISC.
- "Open courses: Converting, launching, and letting go..." (28:04) - Jo Axe, Associate Dean in the Faculty of Management at Royal Roads University, Canada.
- "The elusive technological future" (51:39) - John Naughton, Professor of the Public Understanding of Technology at the Open University.
- "The educational and social impacts of Plan Ceibal - a new approach to the use of technology in education" (1:02:28) - Miguel Brechner, President of the Uruguayan Centre for Technological and Social Inclusion.
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