Webinar Series

The EuroPLOT project hosts a series of webinars, in which key topics of persuasive learning are addressed.



4.Dec. 2013#9: Mediating Culture Heritage with Persuasive Learning DesignsSandra Burri Gram-Hansen (Aalborg University)http://leedsbeckett.adobeconnect.com/p3xu3n9rfvf/recording of the webinar
 
17.October 2013#8: Designing the Persuasive Learning Experience   Erich Herber (Danube University Krems)http://leedsbeckett.adobeconnect.com/p1mvzhm8mm7/recording of the webinar


29.August 2013#7: Application of persuasive principles within the Virtual Learning EnvironmentJarka Mickulecka (University of Hradec Kralove) and Mekala Soosay (Leeds Metropolitan University) http://leedsbeckett.adobeconnect.com/p4tdppzyb99/recording of  the webinar
28.February 2013 #6: Anvendelse af persuasive principper i on-line traening af virksomheder I EUs kemikalienreguleering (in Danish)

Margrethe Winther-Nielsen and Ilaria de Rosa Carstensen (DHI Group)

http://leedsbeckett.adobeconnect.com/p3c7dgbund9/

recording of the webinar

29. January 2013 #5: Application of persuasive principles in industry on-line training for EU Chemical Regulation Margrethe Winther-Nielsen and Ilaria de Rosa Carstensen (DHI Group)
http://leedsbeckett.adobeconnect.com/p3c7dgbund9/

recording of the webinar

26.November 2012 #4: GLOmaker with a mobile focus Carl Smith (London Metropolitan University)
http://leedsbeckett.adobeconnect.com/p3c7dgbund9/
recording of the webinar
18.September 2012 #3: Persuasive Hebrew Learning with PlotLearner2 Nicolai Winther-Nielsen (Aalborg University)
recording of the webinar
24.April 2012 #2: Towards Didactic Variety - Learning Outcomes as a core element of Learning Design Peter Baumgartner (Danube University Krems)
recording (needs JAVA installed) *)
1.March 2012 #1: An approach to Persuasive Learning Design Sandra Burri Gram-Hansen (Aalborg University)
recording (needs JAVA installed)  *)

 
*) In some web browsers (e.g. Google Chrome) you need to do the following:
When prompted, save the "meeting.jnlp" file (you may change "meeting" into something else, but preserve the extension) on your computer, then start the file by clicking on it. This will then start your Java engine, which will drive the meeting software.
When prompted, login as guest.
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