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Disruptive Byte: Simulation in Learning

Event type

Enhancing the Classroom Experience

Event bookings can only be created between

20/08/2018 - 28/11/2018

Topics covered include:

Simulation, Teaching, Learning


Oliver Wood

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Join us on the 28th November in the DMLL Grass for this special Disruptive Byte on simulation in teaching and learning. Colleagues from across the University will be coming together to share their experiences of simulated learning environments and discussing how they can be used to support innovative practice-based learning.

Held over a Wednesday lunchtime, each speaker will discuss their thoughts for fifteen minutes, before closing off with an open question and answer session. If you can’t make the event in person then join us on Twitter by searching for #disruptivebytes.

What are the benefits?

This session is designed to share best practice from across the university as to how simulations can be used to support and enhance the learning experience. It is a space to share ideas and discuss approaches to embedding simulations into the curriculum.

Who should attend?

This session is open to anybody interested in simulation as a teaching and learning tool. Whether you are already using simulations, or just wish to learn more about how they are been used across the University, you’re welcome to join us.

Occasions for this event

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Occasion(s) Weekday Location Location status
Confirmed28/11/2018 12:05 - 12:55 Wednesday grass area, 3rd floor, DMLL, Library Confirmed