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Pedagogy Panel

Teach Learn Collaborate Repeat Pedagogy Panel

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, 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:

Matthew Weldon

“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!

JAN 25, 2023 12:00 PM GMT

Session 1: Successful Social Annotation

In this first session the panel will discuss 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.

Anouk Rigterink

Anouk Rigterink

Associate Professor in Quantitative Comparative Politics, Ph.D. at Durham University

Anouk S. Rigterink obtained her Ph.D. in Development Studies from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Prior to joining Durham University, she was Economics of Conflict Fellow at Princeton University and International Crisis Group, as well as Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.

Sarah Holland

Sarah Holland

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Arts at University of Nottingham

Dr. Sarah Holland is a historian of 18th to 20th century Britain and was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in 2022 in recognition of her varied contributions to the discipline and teaching and learning.

Darshi Bandara

Darshi Bandara

Lecturer in Biological Sciences at Keele University

Darshi is a human biology and disease enthusiast, who started her Higher Education as a medical student in India. She arrived at Keele University in 2003 as a direct second-year entrance student and graduated in 2005 in Biomedical Science. Before joining the foundation year team at Keele in 2020 as a lecture in biological sciences, she worked at different institutes including as a Demonstrator at Keele Medical School, a Lecturer in Biology for Health Access to HE students at a local college and as an Associated Lecturer in Biomedical Science at Derby University.

Matthew Weldon

Matthew Weldon

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.

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FEB 22, 2023 01:00 PM GMT

Session 2: More talking in class!

Join Matthew as we explore how academics can boost student-student interaction both inside and outside of the classroom.

Nina Walker

Nina Walker 

Associate Professor (Learning and Teaching) at the University of Hertfordshire

Nina is a Learning and Teaching specialist and lecturer in pharmacy practice. In line with her research interests, she created a bespoke Transition to Higher Education module to help ensure a smoother transition into University study. Nina is a pharmacist and is currently undertaking a PhD exploring student Academic Behavioural Confidence.

Zhiqiong Chen

Zhiqiong Chen

Assistant Professor at The University of Warwick

Zhiqiong Chen is an Assistant Professor (teaching focused) of Mandarin at the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Warwick where she has been teaching various academic and non-academic Mandarin modules since 2005. Zhiqiong is a Certified Member of the Association for Learning Technology and a Fellow of the HEA.

Lisa Harris

Lisa Harris

Director of Digital Learning at The University of Exeter

Lisa Harris is the Director of Digital Learning at University of Exeter Business School and a Lead Educator of the FutureLearn MOOC.

Matthew Weldon

Matthew Weldon

EdTech Success Consultant at Talis

MAR 29, 2023 01:00 PM GMT

Session 3: Getting started: Establishing a successful pilot project

In this session, Matthew is joined by Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo, Associate Professor/Programme Leader at the University of Lincoln. We’ll learn more about how Lincoln have used social annotation.

Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo

Antonella Liuzzo Scorpo

Associate Professor/
Programme Leader 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.

Matthew Weldon

Matthew Weldon

EdTech Success Consultant at Talis

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