Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat
A new teaching and learning webinar series from Talis.
Sharing pedagogical best practice within the Talis Elevate user community and beyond…
The Pedagogy Panels are primarily for Talis Elevate academic users; however, they’d also be useful to academics using Talis Elevate with SAGE Catalyst books as part of their institution’s subscription to SAGE Catalyst.
We also welcome other academics who are passionate about social annotation, pedagogy, or would like to hear from the Talis Elevate community.
Register now to connect with the Talis Elevate community of practice and join the discussion, hosted by Matthew Weldon, EdTech Success Consultant at Talis.
More about matthew:
“I’m the EdTech Success Consultant at Talis, working with Talis Elevate users to provide pedagogic support and help them get the most out of social annotation. I’m looking forward to talking to users from a variety of institutions, getting their perspectives on how to use social annotation successfully, and sharing best practice through these live sessions.”
Register for our upcoming Pedagogy Panels below:
WEBINAR POSTPONED – NEW DATE TBC
Session 3: Getting Started – First Steps with Social Annotation
Join Matthew in our third session which focuses on how you might establish a successful pilot project at your own institution. Matthew will be joined by Dr. Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo, Associate Professor at the University of Lincoln, Dr. Deborah Toner, Associate Professor at the University of Leicester and Dr. Cathy Elliott, Associate Professor at University College London.
Dr. Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo
Associate Professor at the University of Lincoln
Dr. Antonella Scorpo in an Associate Professor in Medieval History in the School of History and Heritage at the University of Lincoln. She specialise in the cultural history of the medieval Western Mediterranean, with a particular focus on the Iberian Peninsula. Her main areas of research include the History of Emotions, the study of medieval social communication and cultural networks, along with interfaith collaborations and political agreements.
Dr Deborah Toner
Associate Professor of History at the University of Leicester
Deborah is a social and cultural historian of Mexico, the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Her research focuses on the history of alcohol, food and identity in the Americas, particularly in terms of race, ethnicity, social class, gender, medicine and nationalism. Her teaching interests are chronologically and geographically broad encompassing North, Central and South America and ranging across some 1000 years, concentrating on the history of colonialism, colonialist discourse, and Indigenous histories.
Dr Cathy Elliott
Associate Professor (Teaching) at University College London
Cathy Elliott teaches in the Political Science department at UCL and is Vice Dean Education in the UCL Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences, as well as co-convenor of the Political Studies Assocation Teaching and Learning Network and the UCL Centre for the Pedagogy of Politics. She is interested in the politics of nature and nature writing as well as education and pedagogy particularly in the discipline of Politics..
EdTech Success Consultant at Talis
Matthew works with Talis Elevate users to provide pedagogic support and help them get the most out of social annotation. Matthew is looking forward to talking to users from a variety of institutions, getting their perspectives on how to use social annotation successfully, and sharing best practice through these live sessions.
UPCOMING PEDAGOGY PANEL WEBINARS:
MAY 31, 2023 01:00 PM GMT
Session 4: Reflections on social annotation from this academic year
In this session, Matthew will be joined by Elevate users to discuss how they have used social annotation over the course of the 2022/23 academic year, the lessons they have learned, and how they will iterate on this next year.
JUN 28, 2023 01:00 PM GMT
Session 5: Social annotation across disciplines – examples from our community
In this session Talis Elevate users from a range of disciplines will join Matthew in this session to share how they’ve used social annotation in their teaching.
PREVIOUS PEDAGOGY PANEL WEBINARS:
Session 1: Successful Social Annotation
In this first session Matthew and the panel discussed how academics can use social annotation effectively in their teaching, with Talis Elevate community contributors Anouk Rigterink from Durham University, Dr. Sarah Holland from the University of Nottingham and Darshi Bandara from Keele University.
Watch the recording below:
Session 2: More talking in class!
Matthew and the panel explored explore how academics can boost student-student interaction both inside and outside of the classroom. Our panel consisted of Nina Walker, from University of Herefordshire, Zhiqiong Chen from University of Warwick, and Lisa Harris from University of Exeter.
Watch the recording below:
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