Ngā mihi to everyone who participated in uLearn20 live, 7-8 October 2020!
The virtual platform remains accessible to all delegates until 18 December 2020, with all sessions available on demand.
Registrations remain open if you would like to explore uLearn20 content until this date.
The uLearn20 programme is available for viewing. To download a copy, click the arrow icon in the top left corner of the below PDF.
Please note, they are varying session lengths.
Participants will be actively engaged during the workshop using equipment, and will be able to follow the presenter using digital tools or equipment (eg. tablets, iPads, computers, apps, extensions, websites, materials.)
Session formats are: present, demonstration, panel discussion, or lecture. Presenters should allow for interactivity and question time within the session.
These are designed to give participants a small taste of a topic, concept, idea, or skill. Your audience should be able to go away with a clear overview of a new skill, product, or idea.
Please note: two Taster sessions (A and B) make up one breakout timeslot, with a changeover period built in.
A presentation of a research project or inquiry, followed by a discussion (time allowing). A peer-reviewed selection process applies to these sessions.