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MiniBash 2017 UK

Bringing the PebblePad UK community together to share ideas, see great examples of practice, and eat cake.

 
 

About MiniBash UK

As ever, MiniBash UK is set to be jam-packed with 'not to be missed goodness' and designed to be big on value - no matter whether you are forced to arrive a little late or leave a little early (though, don't forget, our drinks reception is one very good reason to stay till the close of play). MiniBash UK is always very popular as it's a chance for our community to catch up and share ideas over coffee and cake. So we do recommend that you're quick off the mark in signing up - doing so will also mean you can take advantage of our early bird pricing.

Early bird price: £65.00 (until 19th May 2017)
Standard price: £95.00

Date, Time, Location

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MiniBash 2017 UK
Date: Thursday, 29th June 2017
Time: 09.00 - 17.00
Address: The Studio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP, UK
Facilitators: Shane Sutherland, PebblePad

 
 

Programme*

  • 0900 - 1000 - Fireside chats: Reporting and analytics, Programme level assessment, Scaling up, Managing and supporting externals
  • 1000 - 1030 - Refreshments and registration
  • 1030 - 1100 - Welcome and what's happening
  • 1130 - 1230 - Sharing success - 20x20 stories (5 x 8 mins plus 20 minute discussion)
    • Supporting doctoral student development and progression monitoring using PebblePad. Ian Palmer, University of Sheffield
    • The developmental journey of implementing an institutional employability award at Durham University. Tim Ellis and Donna Hay, Durham University
    • Employability across the curriculum - a university wide approach to ePortfolios. Heather Pate and Katrina Strampel, Edith Cowan University
    • Multi-pronged approach to enterprise-wide implementation of PebblePad. Heidi Blair and Megan Duffy, Griffith University
    • Why is PebblePad so great for the degree apprenticeship agenda? Patrick Viney, Northumbria University
  • 1230 - 1330 - Lunch
  • 1330 - 1430 - Sharing success - 20x20 stories (5 x 8 mins plus 20 minute discussion)
    • Medical students do interesting things using PebblePad. Lydia Crow, Edinburgh University
    • Introducing PebblePad into a liberal arts university. Melissa Pirie, Portland
    • Ditching the Final Exam. Elise Mueller, Duke University
    • PebblePad as a student peer review platform. Noëlle Quénivet, University of the West of England
    • Pompeii by PebblePad. Joanne Berry, Swansea University
    • Using PebblePad to assess the acquisition of skills in paramedic practice. Andrew Kirke, Sheffield Hallam University
  • 1430 - 1515 - Roadmap revealed
  • 1515 - 1600 - Roadmap reviewed (over coffee)
  • 1630 - 1700 - Discussion and deliberation
  • 1700 - 1800 - Drinks and dips

*Programme subject to change

 
 

Presentations

Heather Pate, Centre for Learning and Teaching, Edith Cowan University, AU and Katrina Strampel, Centre for Learning and Teaching, Edith Cowan University, AU
'Employability across the Curriculum - a university wide approach to ePortfolios'

 

Andrew Kirke, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
'Using PebblePad to assess the acquisition of Skills in paramedic Practice'

 

Assoc Prof Laurie Murphy and Dr Alf Kuilboer, College of Business Law and Governance James Cook University, AU
'Building Blocks to Graduate Employability'

 

Dr Martin Hopkins and Dr Caroline Nilson, Murdoch University School of Health Professions, Discipline of Nursing, AU
'Using PebblePad to engage students in weekly low fidelity immersive simulation in a complex care clinical nursing unit'

 

Dr Joanne Berry, Swansea University, UK
'Pompeii by Pebblepad'

 

Ian Palmer, Faculty IT Manager, Medicine, Dentistry & Health, University of Sheffield, UK
'Supporting Doctoral Student development and progression monitoring using Pebblepad.'

 

Noëlle Quénivet, Bristol Law School, University of the West of England, UK
'PebblePad as a Student Peer Review Platform'

 

Heidi Bair, PhD, Deputy Director of Centre Learning Futures, Griffith University, AU and Megan Duffy, Implementation Manager, Centre Learning Futures, Griffith University, AU
'Multi-pronged Approach to Enterprise-wide Implementation of PebblePad'

 

Tim Ellis, Employability Development Manager, Donna Hay, Academic and Professional Development Specialist, The Careers, Employability and Enterprise Centre, Durham University, UK
'The developmental journey of implementing an institutional employability award at Durham University'

 

Patrick Viney, Senior Learning Technology Advisor (Degree Apprenticeships) Northumbria University, UK
'Why is PebblePad so great for the degree apprenticeship agenda?'

 

 

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