Pamela McKinney, Sheila Webber and Peter Holdridge represented the iSchool at Sheffield University's annual celebration of Technology Enhanced Learning: TELfest.
McKinney and Webber gave a presentation Comparing use of TEL in an on campus class and a distance learning class, reporting on ways in which Technology Enhanced Learning is used in the on-campus and distance versions of the core Information Literacy module. The presentation is available here: https://www.slideshare.net/sheilawebber/comparing-use-of-technology-enhanced-learning-in-an-oncampus-class-and-a-distance-learning-class
Sheila Webber (one of the educators on the University of Sheffield Exploring Play MOOC) contributed to a panel on Learning Through Play. She talked about Dr Peter Stordy's innovative use of Lego in the Information Organisation module, and about learning playfully in the 3D virtual world, Second Life (including learning through virtual dance!)
Peter Holdridge was a panel member for TEL Frameworks: Encouraging quality or stifling innovation? He was talking about the leading work carried out by the iSchool in researching student preferences to develop a template for iSchool modules in the University's Learning Management System.