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Högskolepedagogik - en seminarieserie i samarbete med Open University

Välkommen till PIL-enhetens och Open Universitys gemensamma seminarieserie om högskolepedagogik.

Seminarieserien har som syfte att sprida och diskutera forskning inom högskolepedagogik. Vår samarbetspartner Open University är ett engelskt universitet som baserar sin verksamhet på distansutbildning. Universitetets administrativa centrum är beläget i Milton Keynes, sju mil nordväst om London. Open University och PIL turas om att ansvara för innehållet i seminarierna.

2 september: Peer-to-Peer Learning in Higher Education (Marisa Ponti)

Den 2 september 2020 kl 15–16:30 håller Marisa Ponti seminariet Peer-to-Peer Learning in Higher Education. Läs mer om seminariet och Marisa nedan!

Plats: Seminariet hålls i distansmötesverktyget Zoom. En Zoom-länk kommer att skickas ut i förväg till de anmälda.

Mer om seminariet

In this workshop seminar, we will explore the following:

  • The meaning of peer-to-peer learning
  • The opportunities for using peer-to-peer online in times of disruption, such as COVID 19
  • Its potential for higher education, e.g. medical education

The hoped-for outcome is the consideration of peer-to-peer learning as a way to support higher education, by understanding both the benefits and the challenges involved in this practice.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Consider the meaning of peer-to-peer learning in medical education
  2. Be open to embrace this practice to support learning experiences among peers
  3. Understand the opportunities and challenges raised by peer-to-peer learning in online courses

Om Marisa Ponti

Marisa is Assistant Professor in the Division of Learning, Communication and IT, in the Department of Applied Information Technology, University of Gothenburg. Over the years, she has studied several themes that are contiguous with her current core research interests, which include citizen science, peer-to-peer learning and networking, and co-creation. She has extensive experience in research and has collaborated with several organizations, including the EU Joint Research Centre. Currently, she teaches about infrastructures and organization in learning and communication.

15 september: Methodologies and methods in co-creation scholarship projects (Carol Edwards, Mychelle Pride, Rob Tumilty)

Den 15 september 2020 kl 15–16:30 håller Carol Edwards, Mychelle Pride och Rob Tumilty seminariet Methodologies and methods in co-creation scholarship projects på distans från England. Läs mer om seminariet och presentatörerna nedan!

Plats: Seminariet hålls i distansmötesverktyget Zoom. En Zoom-länk kommer att skickas ut i förväg till de anmälda.

Mer om seminariet

Topics to be covered:

  • What is co-creation?
  • Potential ways of gaining more student involvement using co-creation.
  • How to design a co-creation project including ethical considerations.
  • The rewards and pitfalls of co-creation.
  • Reflections on our experiences.


Co-creation is becoming an increasingly valued and sought after method of working. This session would be of interest to colleagues who are considering using students or tutors in their research as co-creators rather than just participants. It is an alternative method of working which can embrace the traditional participant and leave them feeling more valued. For the researcher it can be an insightful and a rewarding experience.

Learning objectives:

On completion of this session learners should be able to:

  • Define co-creation and explain when it might be used.
  • Analyse the use of co-creation methods and methodologies.
  • Evaluate some of the potential pitfalls and rewards of the co-creation process.
  • Critically reflect on a range of experiences of co-creation.
  • Identify projects in which the co-creation process could be used in their own work.

Om presentatörerna

The Open University's Carol Edwards (Student Experience Manager Law & Lecturer), Mychelle Pride (Head of Student Experience & Senior Lecturer) and Rob Tumilty (Assistant Head of Student Experience & Lecturer) worked together on a wellbeing toolkit with Dr Emma Jones (previously of the Open University, now Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Sheffield) after research undertaken by Dr Emma Jones identified that there were potential mental health risks associated with distance learning. Student and AL involvement was key to the success of this project and a decision was taken to use co-creation methods and methodologies to develop the toolkit.

20 oktober: Student journeys (Tim Coughlan och Kate Lister)

Den 20 oktober 2020 kl 15–16:30 håller Tim Coughlan och Kate Lister seminariet Student journeys på distans från England. Mer information kommer!

Plats: Seminariet hålls i distansmötesverktyget Zoom. En Zoom-länk kommer att skickas ut i förväg till de anmälda.


Historik

Det första seminariet i seminarieserien hölls den 16 oktober 2017, då Robert Farrow vid Open University höll presentationen The Ethical Complexities of Openness på distans.

Det andra seminariet hölls den 24 januari 2018, då Max Scheja, professor i högskolepedagogik vid Stockholms universitet, medverkade. Max höll seminariet Understanding Students’ Learning Processes as a Starting Point for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

Det tredje hölls den 16 maj 2018, då Patrick McAndrew vid Open University höll presentationen Improving teaching through scholarship på distans.

Det fjärde hölls den 6 november 2018, då Anne Algers och Linda Bradley vid PIL-enheten höll presentationen Scholarship of Teaching and Learning – similarities and differences in disciplines.

Det femte hölls den 30 januari 2019, då Simon Cross vid Open University höll presentationen The "Place" of Mobile Learning? Patterns of use, changing study habits and emerging opportunities på distans.

Det sjätte hölls den 7 maj 2019, då Kate Lister (Open University) höll presentationen The evidence base for inclusive and accessible practice: what we know and what we need to know på distans.

Det sjunde hölls den 18 september 2019, då Liisa Uusimäki vid institutionen för pedagogik och specialpedagogik höll presentationen Internationalisation in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

Det åttonde hölls den 20 november 2019, då Kristen Reid vid Open University höll presentationen Open learning in the 21st century: Flexible and lifelong.

Det nionde hölls den 4 februari 2020, då Andreas Moberg vid juridiska institutionen höll presentationen "You get what you pay for": true or false?

Den tionde hölls den 31 mars 2020, då George Curry och John Butcher vid Open University höll presentationen What can be done to widen participation: lessons from Access scholarship.

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