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Online workshop E-tivities by Gilly Salmon

A 3.5-hour entirely online workshop by Professor Gilly Salmon and colleagues, gives you the opportunity to explore the use of e-tivities (online learning activities). You will design an e-tivity for your students, which will give you a unique opportunity to learn on the job. You can ask your questions directly to Gilly Salmon herself.
For one month after the workshop, Professor Salmon will be available for further questions and to give feedback on your e-tivities’ designs.

December 7, 2020

Duration: 3.5 hour

December 7, 2020

Duration: 3.5 hour

E-tivities are frameworks for enabling active and participative online learning by individuals and groups. An e-tivity involves learners interacting with one another and with the course tutor in an online communication environment, in order to complete a particular task. E-tivities are also easily combined with location-based learning and other teaching activities.

E-tivities use your regular Learning Management System (no other technologies are needed).

In this online workshop, you will learn how to design really good interactive activities, and a framework so you can design and deliver as many as you wish for your students. You will get concrete inspiration for the pedagogical and didactic aspects of e-tivities. And you’ll learn how digital environments can contribute to learning in teaching processes.

E-tivities have been very-well researched and developed and now offer a strong framework that you can make your own, for online or blended learning. They are suitable for all disciplines and professions and levels of education.

 

About Professor Gilly Salmon

Professor Gilly Salmon has been a learning innovator for more than 30 years  and is one of the world’s leading thinkers in digital and blended learning. She researches and publishes widely on the themes of learning design and evidence-based pedagogical change for online and blend in Higher Education and the exploitation of new technologies of all kinds in the service of learning.

She is the author of the seminal publications E-moderating and E-tivities and the originator and founder of the Carpe Diem learning design methodology. Until very recently she worked as Associate Dean in the University of Liverpool Management School and previously as Pro Vice Chancellor in Education Futures in Australia. Professor Gilly Salmon is founder and C.E.O of Education Alchemists ​Ltd – a company formed around her life’s work. www.educationalchemists.com

See more resources: www.gillysalmon.com/e-tivities.