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Programme

The programme is subject to change, but the latest version will always be found on this page.

Joining instructions now available to download.

Map of CAPLE in Glasgow, for those taking the coach to Ross Priory on Wednesday 21st.

Wednesday 21 March

11.30–12.30

arrival and registration

12.30–1.30

lunch

1.30–1.45

welcome

1.45–2.30

Peter Goodyear and Sian Bayne: 'Breaking the ice: an opening discussion about digital difference'

2.35–3.20

Colleen McKenna and Claire McAvinia: 'Difference and discontinuity - making meaning through hypertexts'

3.20–3.50

tea break

3.50–4.35

Hamish Macleod and Jen Ross : 'Structure, authority and other noncepts: teaching in fool-ish spaces'

4.40–5.25

John Cook: 'Smells Like Teen Spirit: Generation CX'

5.30

bus to hotel

6.30

pickup from hotel

6.50–7.30

drinks reception

7.30

dinner and cyber-pub quiz

10:00

bus to hotel

Thursday 22 March

8.30

bus pickup

9.00–10.30

Keynote - Gunther Kress: 'Culture, technology and (environments of) learning'

10.30–11.00

coffee break

11.00–11.45

Cate Thomas: 'The Purloined Email in the Haunted University: tracing the constitution of the Academic as Subject within the digital symbolic'

11.50–12.35

Andrew Ravenscroft : 'The internet and learning: From cyberspace to cyborgs in hyper-reality'

12.35–1.30

lunch

1.30–2.15

Debbie Holley and Martin Oliver: 'Negotiating the digital divide: narratives from the haves and the have-nots'

2.20–3.05

Michael Begg, Rachel Ellaway, David Dewhurst and Hamish Macleod: 'Logos and Mythos: The dilemma of learning technology provision in an accreditation-driven educational environment'

3.05–3.35

tea break

3.35–4.20

Karim Remtulla: 'E-learning, Constructivism, and the Disappearance of Difference'

4.25–5.10

Maggie Savin-Baden and Christine Sinclair: 'Lurking on the threshold: being learners in silent spaces'

5.10–7.30

free

5.15

bus to hotel

7.15

pickup from hotel

7.30

dinner

10:00

bus to hotel

Friday 23 March

8.30

bus pickup

9.00–9.45

Axel Bruns: 'Beyond Difference: Reconfiguring Education for the User-Led Age'

9.50–10.35

Debra Ferreday and Vivien Hodgson: 'Role of Emotion in Online Learning and Knowledge Production'

10.35–10.55

coffee break

10.55–11.40

Anne Hewling and Leah P. Macfadyen: 'How the earth moved: the significance of difference for realising transformative learning in an online course on global citizenship'

11.45–12.25

Bruce Ingraham, Gráinne Conole, Chris Jones and George Roberts: 'The Sudeley Paradox: Changing Models of Scholarly Discourse'

12.25–12.50

packed lunch and depart

12.50

bus to Glasgow Airport and Glasgow City Centre


 

updated 15 March 2007