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Dr Christopher Wiley delivers internationally broadcast webinar for Turning Technologies on electronic voting systems

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TurningTechnologies_170x43Dr Christopher Wiley has given a webinar on electronic voting systems and their potential applications in arts and humanities teaching, on Wednesday 4 March 2020, 2–3pm GMT (9–10am EST), as part of the Turning Technologies Webinar Series.

Drawing on his teaching in popular music, classical music, and musical theatre, Dr Wiley’s one-hour webinar, entitled ‘Using Electronic Voting Systems Creatively in the Arts and Humanities’, was broadcast to over 130 registered participants internationally.

Dr Wiley has been an International Distinguished Educator with Turning Technologies since 2012. He has spoken about electronic voting systems to many audiences both internationally and nationally, as well as publishing a report on the use of electronic voting systems in higher education teaching, available online here.

Further information about the webinar may be viewed at the following link: https://www.turningtechnologies.com/news-and-events/webinars/using-electronic-voting-systems-creatively-in-the-arts-and-humanities/

The complete recording of the webinar is available here: https://turningtechnologies-5.wistia.com/medias/3jz3qmqxm1

Dr Christopher Wiley delivers internationally broadcast webinar for Turning Technologies on student response systems

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explore-innovation-dr-christopher-wileyDr Christopher Wiley gave a webinar on student response systems and innovative teaching practices on Wednesday 28 September 2016, 2-3pm EDT, as part of the ‘Explore Innovation with Turning Technologies’ Fall Webinar Series.

Entitled ‘Using Student Response Systems: Creative Applications, Advanced Features, and Tips for Getting Started’, Dr Wiley’s one-hour webinar was broadcast in North America as part of Turning Technologies’s ongoing programme of educational events.

Dr Wiley has been a Distinguished Educator with Turning Technologies since 2012. During his time in this role, he has addressed many audiences both nationally and internationally, and, last year, published a report on using response technology in higher education teaching.

The flyer for the webinar may be viewed here: https://www.turningtechnologies.com/pdf/content/ExploreInnovationWebinarWiley.pdf

Dr Christopher Wiley presents ELESIG Webinar on BYOD, Mobile Technologies, and Social Media

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Dr Christopher Wiley presented a lunchtime webinar hosted by ELESIG (Evaluation of Learners’ Experiences of e-learning Special Interest Group) on 24 April 2013. Entitled ‘BYOD, mobile technologies, and social media for learning’, the event was the first in the ELESIG Webinar Series 2013.

In the course of the webinar, Dr Wiley discussed various ways in which he had sought to respond to students’ use of social media (including Facebook and Twitter) and their own mobile technologies in his teaching, in order to engage the students in e-learning and to enable them to contribute online as well as in person.

Drawing on evidence received from both students and staff in recent years, Dr Wiley discussed the merits and shortcomings of using these innovative technologies to facilitate learning at the tertiary educational level, as well as its value in educating students in contemporary issues such as media literacy and management of their online identities.

With over 50 members of the ELESIG community attending online from across the nation, much lively and productive discussion was prompted throughout the one-hour webinar.
A webcast recording of the event may be accessed here: http://uni-of-nottingham.adobeconnect.com/p739d8j3xiw/

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