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Innovations in Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning Showcase Event
Tue 18 July 2017, 09:00 – 15:30 BST
Innovations in Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning (STEL): Impact on policy, education & practice - Showcase Event
The Simulation and Technology Enhanced Learning (STEL) Showcase Event will take place at Manchester Metropolitan University’s state-of-the-art Brooks Building on Tuesday 18th July 2017. This will be a celebration of STEL success and impact across organisations in the region.
The day will feature a choice of presentations to view and workshops to attend. Places at each session are limited and need to be booked in advance so please ensure you select only ONE option for Workshop 1 and ONE option for Workshop 2. Your first choice selection will be taken.
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9:30 Welcome - Julie Wright, Head of Health Professions Department, Faculty of Health, Psychology
and Social Care, Manchester Metropolitan University
10:00 Keynote - Dr Mike Farrell, Head of Education Transformation at Health Education England, working
across the North West
10:30 Keynote - Dr Suzanne Gough, Manchester Metropolitan University
11:00 Coffee Break
11:15 Platform Presentations
Choose from 'Saving Lives', 'Changing Policy' or 'Curriculum Innovation'
12:20 Lunch (including poster presentations/tours of the facilities/live stream)
13:00 Workshop 1
Choose from 'Augmented and Virtual Reality', 'Moodle and Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)'
or 'An Innovative Approach to Becoming a Simulated Patient'.
13:45 Workshop 2
Choose from 'Video Production and Virtual Tours', 'Animation and iBooks/eBooks' or
14:30 Keynote - Ben Woodrow-Hirst: To detonate or not to detonate, that is the question…
Blending Human Factors & gamification
15:15 Conference Closing Remarks - Dr Claire Hamshire, Faculty Head of Education, Health, Psychology &
Social Care, MMU
15:30 Conference Close
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Manchester Metropolitan University, Brooks Building, Faculty of Health, Psychology and Social Care
53 Bonsall Street