The second LTExChange Symposium event will take place on Thursday 19th May 2022, 9am -12.30pm and you can still book a place on this – Book Here

Please see the programme for the session below;

The session will be opened by Professor Mark Simpson (Pro-Vice Chancellor Learning & Teaching) and will then move onto the Keynote speaker – Clare Dyson (Swinburn University) – “Creativity in Digital Assessment”


Creative Assessment in Digital Education 

19th May 2022



9.00 – 9.15: Professor Mark Simpson (Pro-Vice Chancellor Learning & Teaching) will be opening the LTExChange symposium introducing the focus topic of Creative Assessments and the importance of creativity and authenticity in learning and assessments.

9.15 – 10.00: Keynote talk: Clare Dyson (Swinburn University) – “Making as a learning and teaching methodology”

10.05 – 11.05: Exploring Creative Assessments in Digital Education – “School Perspectives”.

10-minute lightening talks from School Adobe Faculty Grant Leads and Teams on key initiatives and learning following the implementation of School-level Creative Assessment projects.

  • SACI: 10.45 – 10.55 (Charles Tait)
  • TUIBS: 10.55 – 11.05 (Lesley Smitheringale, Jen Hagan, Thiam Low & Sony Mathew)
  • SHLS: 11.05 – 11.15 (Helen Tidy, Mark Butler and Tom Gibbons)
  • SSSHL: 11.15 – 11.25 (Anne Lodge and Steven Fletcher)
  • SCEDT: 11.25 – 11.35 (Myriam Mallet and Michael Holton)

This will be followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion around key emerging themes and ideas.

11.05 – 11.15 Break

11:15 – 12.30: A panel discussion (co-chaired by Mark Andrews, Adobe)

Panel comprising colleagues from our Central Departments (Student and Library Services and Student Futures) who will be joined by a school-based faculty staff and external colleagues to explore emerging themes, challenges, and future opportunities in digital literacies, creative assessments, and authentic learning opportunities.

The panel: Ann Thanaraj (Assistant Academic Registrar, Digital Transformation); Rachel Dodd (Digital Journalism); Jackie Oliver, Assistant Director (Learning, Teaching and Research, Student and Library Services). Andrew Bingham (Associate Dean, Learning and Teaching, SCEDT); Paul Durston (Digital Learning Manager); Roger Emery (Head of Learning Technologies, Southampton Solent University).  


Creative Assessment in Digital Education

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