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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, 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:

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.”

More Pedagogy Panel sessions coming soon!


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.

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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.

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Session 3: Reflections on social annotation from this academic year

In our third session, Matthew was joined by Matthew Seligmann, Professor of Naval History at Brunel University and Matthew Ward, Senior Lecturer in American History at University of Dundee.

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Session 4: Social annotation across disciplines – examples from our community

In our fourth session, Matthew was joined by Dr. Clare Cunningham from York St John University, Dr. Antoine Vernet from University College London and Dr. Daniel Street from University of Leicester to discuss how they’ve used social annotation in their teaching.

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