OU Conference: Making Connections

Today and tomorrow is the OU Conference – an almost-annual internal conference that’s grown from an original focus on ‘Tracking Technology for Academic Advantage’ via ‘Curriculum, Teaching and Student Support’ to ‘Making Connections’ more generally.  I’m planning to liveblog notes from it so expect a steady stream of posts.

Annoyingly, the numbering on the parallel sessions is different on the conference programme and the description of the sessions, which makes matching them up a little tricky.  Not impossible, but I predict many people showing up at the wrong place at the wrong time.

First up is the OU Teaching Awards, followed by a keynote from the VC.

Author: dougclow

Experienced project leader, data scientist, researcher, analyst, teacher, developer, educational technologist and manager. I particularly enjoy rapidly appraising new-to-me contexts, and mediating between highly technical specialisms and others, from ordinary users to senior management. After 20 years at the OU as an academic, I am now a self-employed consultant, building on my skills and experience in working with people, technology, data science, and artificial intelligence, in the education field and beyond.