Seminars/Workshops

Seminars

Dalgarno, B. (2012, September). The use of fMRI to explore the relationship between learner activity, cognition and learning when using instructional software. Seminar for RIPPLE ETC group, Wagga Wagga.

Dalgarno, B. (2012, April). The impact of task design, exploration strategy, and instructional support on discovery learning outcomes in interactive learning environments: Experimental findings and implications for theory. Seminar for TERPA TTPRG, Wagga Wagga.

Dalgarno, B. (2011, August). Virtual professional experience: An exploration of the use of a virtual classroom in Second Life to prepare pre-service teachers for professional experience placement. School of Education Seminar, Wagga Wagga.

Dalgarno, B. (2011, May). Reflection on practice and peer support for teacher education students on professional placement. Presentation for the CSU ICT Community of Practice [online].

Dalgarno, B. (2011, May). The role of active exploration strategy in a multimedia learning environment. Seminar for RIPPLE ETC group, Wagga Wagga.

Dalgarno, B. (2010, November). Exploring the impact of Interactive Whiteboards (IWBs) on teaching practice and student engagement. School of Education Seminar, Wagga Wagga.

Dalgarno, B. (2010, May). Critiquing ‘active learning’ as a core element of constructivist learning theory. School of Education Seminar, Wagga Wagga.

Dalgarno, B. (2008, April). The Net Generation are not big users of Web 2.0 technologies. Centre for Research in Complex Systems Seminar, CSU Bathurst.

 

Workshops

Dalgarno, B. (2012, December). Mixed methods research in educational technology. Presentation at methodology workshop for TERPA TTPRG, Wagga Wagga.

Dalgarno, B. (2012, November). The future of online learning at CSU. Invited workshop at CSUEd conference, Wagga Wagga.

Dalgarno, B. (2008, December). ‘Virtually there’. Workshop at 25th ASCILITE conference, Melbourne.

Farley, H., Dalgarno, B., & Lee, M. J. W. (2010). What ‘Avatar’ can teach us about immersion and presence in virtual worlds. Session presented as part of the ASCILITE Webinar Series, February 23.

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