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Brookes Learning and Teaching Exhibition and Conference 2021 - Art of the Possible

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Speakers

Anne-Marie Kilday

Pro Vice-Chancellor Student and Staff Experience

Jackie Potter

Head of OCSLD

Kathryna Kwok

Educational researcher

Simon Llewellyn

Digital Media eLearning Developer

Jen Alford

Morning keynote student team

Ashley Beathe

Morning keynote student team

Dr. Samia Kamal

Exhibition room guide and BLTEC committee

Lucy Turner

SIG - Interdisciplinary

Sarah Barradell

Morning keynote student team

Cathy Malone

Afternoon workshop - Academic Advising

Jonathan Louw

Exhibition room guide and BLTEC committee

Mary Davis

Exhibition room guide and BLTEC committee

Berry O'Donovan

Exhibition room guide and BLTEC committee

Lexie Johnson

Morning keynote student team

Emily McIntosh

Afternoon keynote

Sameer Hifazat

Morning keynote student team

Shivani Suresh

Morning keynote student team

Alexander Donoghue

Morning keynote student team

Mike Warren

BLTEC student developer

Jane Pritchard

BLTEC Committee

Guy Huber

Morning workshop - critical management

Mary Kitchener

Exhibition room guide

David Knights

Morning workshop - critical management

Tai Peseta

Morning keynote

Rohith Ramegowda

Morning keynote student team

Jigyasha Kathrani

BLTEC student developer

Andrew Pedersen

SIG co-lead morning

Maxwell Stewart

SIG co-lead morning

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The Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development (OCSLD) has extensive experience running conferences and symposia for organisations and communities of practice in Oxford, at other national and international locations, and online. Brookes Learning and Teaching Exhibition and Conference 2021 Art of the possible: Re-imagining teaching and learning during Covid times, 16 June - 25 June 2021

Live sessions

Welcome, opening and morning keynote (09.00 - 10.10)

Morning Keynote - Dr Tai Pseta and student team, Western Sydney University, Australia, From transaction to partnership: re-energising curriculum co-creation through student-staff partnerships

A pedagogy for learning and teaching differently through critical management (10.30 -12.00)

Workshop led by Professor David Knights and Dr Guy Huber, OBBS

Student - staff partnerships at Brookes: Art of the possible (10.30 - 11.15)

Special Interest Group led by: Professor Jackie Potter (OCSLD), Andrew Pedersen and Maxwell Stewart (Student Union)

Digital pedagogies and innovative teaching (exhibition room 1)

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Employability (exhibition room 2)

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Global partnerships (exhibition room 3)

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Student and staff experiences (exhibition room 4)

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Student belonging and student wellbeing (exhibition room 5)

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Afternoon keynote (12.45 - 13.40)

Afternoon keynote - Dr Emily McIntosh, Middlesex University, UK, Advising re-imagined: building advising pedagogy in a post-Covid world

Academic advising during Covid: What do we do when we can’t meet face to face? (13.45 - 15.15)

Workshop led by Cathy Malone, OCSLD

Thinking space to talk about interdisciplinarity (13.45 - 14.30)

Special Interest Group led by Lucy Turner, Faculty of Technology, Design & Environment.

Digital pedagogies and innovative teaching (exhibition room 1)

Exhibition room guides 14.30 - 14.45 (round 1) 14.45 - 15.00 (round 2) 15.00 - 15.15 (round 3)

Employability (exhibition room 2)

Exhibition room guides 14.30 - 14.45 (round 1) 14.45 - 15.00 (round 2) 15.00 - 15.15 (round 3)

Global partnerships (exhibition room 3)

Exhibition room guides 14.30 - 14.45 (round 1) 14.45 - 15.00 (round 2) 15.00 - 15.15 (round 3)

Student and staff experiences (exhibition room 4)

Student and staff experiences (exhibition room 4)

Student belonging and student wellbeing (exhibition room 5)

Exhibition room guides 14.30 - 14.45 (round 1) 14.45 - 15.00 (round 2) 15.00 - 15.15 (round 3)

Contribute to an new e-zine and BLTEC conference close (15.30 - 16.00)

Share your questions on student engagement and contribute to an exciting new staff-student e-zine. BLTEC closing remarks and next steps