Wednesday 11 January 2012
University of Nottingham
- Are you interested in creating and using media to enhance your teaching, or are you already doing so?
- Do you want to learn from what others are doing or share your experiences?
At this free workshop you’ll be able to find out what facilities and support are available in Nottingham, try out some of the hardware and software, find out what others are doing and talk about your experiences and any concerns you have. We hope you can join us.
This workshop will take place on Wednesday January 11th 2012 from 10:30-16:00 in the Keighton Auditorium, University Park, Nottingham NG7 2RD. Lunch will be provided.
METAL (Media Enhanced Teaching and Learning) is a University of Nottingham project that aims to build and support the growing community of staff involved in creating audio visual teaching material. This workshop is offered by the University of Nottingham, supported by the MSOR Network as part of the National HE STEM Programme Mathematical Sciences Curriculum Innovation Project.
The first two project workshops were held in May and June 2011. The ‘Take the Floor’ sessions, in which people talk about their work, proved very popular. We hope to have more of these at the next workshop, so if you would like to give a short informal talk (1-10 mins) on the uses you have made or would like to make of media in teaching, please indicate this when you register. Find out more about the previous workshops, including some recordings of talks given.