A two day workshop/conference was hosted by King’s College London on 19-20 May, 2014 related to Project EQUAL and undergraduate learning attended by all the partner institutions, including Jadavpur University. On the first day of the session, Alexander Heinz delivered the welcome address to the audience. Followed by Mark Russell’s (Director of Technology Enhanced Learning and Head of the Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning) presentation. There were two interactive discussion based sessions after that, focusing on the scoping exercise into the use of learning technologies. Following this, Michael Flavin spoke on King’s Experience Project. The last presentation of the day was by Dr Stylianos Hatzipanagos, titled “Open Educational Resources: A European perspective and hands on workshop”.
Dr Ian Barrett opened the proceedings for the second day, with his illuminating talk titled “Online assessment in a traditional setting: the experience of the School of Arts & Humanities at King's College London”. This was aptly followed by Dr Mary Webb’s talk which concentrated on the Formative assessment in pedagogy specifically with regard to technology enhanced learning. Dr Hatzipanagos gave another interesting presentation on the second day, this time focusing on learning design initiatives. The workshop appropriately came to a close with a vibrant internal communications strategy workshop.