Show & TEL – June2019

The 40th Computers and Learning Research Group Annual Conference (17-18 June 2019 (Jennie Lee Building, The Open University) included a Show & TEL day with the following presentations:

  • Andrea Berardi, Gareth Davies and Mark Gaved ARCLIGHT: Offline networked tools for collecting positive mental health stories in Guyana
  • Venetia Brown, Trevor Collins and Nicholas Braithwaite Fostering a sense of community: The role of interactive web broadcasts to develop online learning communities in STEM
  • Mike Sharples, Maria Aristeidou, Christothea Herodotou, Kevin McLeod and Eileen Scanlon Inquiry Learning at Scale: the nQuire Platform

The presentations of two books: “Practical Pedagogy” and “Artificial Intelligence in Education. Promise and Implications for Teaching and Learning”

The organisation of a Doctoral Consortium with Jenna Mittelmeier as the discussant  and the following presentations:

  • Jo Buxton Design for Collaborative Engagement: Exploring inclusivity in online collaborative learning for students with sensory impairments, a design-based research project.
  • Irina Rets Assessing language barriers in online learning: The suitability of English language Open Educational Resources for non-native speakers
  • Dimitrios Vogiatzis Examining adult learners’ use of Facebook for language learning purposes
  • Jake Hilliard An exploration of students’ goals, appraisals and emotions in an online collaborative project
  • Lesley Boyd Using technology-enabled learning networks to drive module improvements in STEM
  • Ralph Mercer Speaking the Future: A Critical Futures Studies approach to the Technologies of Learning in Post-Compulsory Education
  • Victoria Murphy Contradictions in Learning from Incidents
  • Vasudha Chaudhari Role of technology in fostering self-regulated learning strategies of finance professionals during times of uncertainty

All the information about the conference can be found in our blog

The presentations of the conference are available at: