Active Learning Network: Exploring Academic Integrity through Games

12:00pm - 2:30pm / Wednesday 9th October 2019
Type: Workshop / Category: Department
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  • Suitable for: Open to University of Liverpool staff only
  • Admission: Free to University of Liverpool Staff
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Dr Shelly M. Kemp from The Academy will be running the next Active Learning Network session as a 2 hour workshop on Exploring Academic Integrity through Games. This session will consider the key current issues and research around academic integrity in HE as well as an introduction to using games in learning. During the session you will work as a group to produce a board game to teach educators in HE best practice in embedding academic integrity into teaching.

This session will be dynamic and interactive and allow experts from different disciplines to come together to address a challenging issue affecting educators in HE. No previous experience is needed of using games in education and there will be some preparation/pre-reading material for help understanding issues related to academic integrity.

There will be an optional follow up session to play the games produced and have a critical discussion around these with the aim of finalising a game for dissemination.

Please contact Dr Shelly M. Kemp for any further information

This workshop is hosted by the Centre for Innovation in Education and open to University of Liverpool staff only.

Please use your University of Liverpool email address when booking ( e.g. CIE reserve the option of offering one to one meetings to attendees on workshops with fewer than five bookings.