Contributions

Here is a list of my events and projects that I’ve contributed to over the years:

Conference, & event contributions (Pending):

Conference & event contributions:

  • Taylor, S. 2015. ‘Thinking Caps On!: Let’s build/improve some Mahara features [workshop]. Mahara Hui, April 2015, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.
  • Taylor, S. 2015. Growing up with Mahara [Conference Keynote]. Mahara Hui, April 2015, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand.
  • Emery, R. and Taylor, S. 2015. International Collaboration, the Informal way! [Presentation]. Solent Teaching and Learning Community Conference, April 2015,Warsash Maritime Academy.
  • Doig, A and Taylor, S. 2015. Innovating Health & Wellbeing Education with Learning Technologies [Presentation]. Healthy Communities Conference, March 2015, Southampton Solent University
  • Taylor, S. 2014. Supporting Large-scale Mahara use [Conference Keynote]. MaharaMoot 2014, November 2014, Landesmedienzentrum Karlsruhe, Germany.
  • Taylor, S. 2014. Designing activities that use Mahara [Workshop]. MaharaMoot 2014, November 2014, Landesmedienzentrum Karlsruhe, Germany.
  • Prior, J. and Taylor, S. 2014. An Introduction to Badges for learning [Workshop]. British Computer Society, October 2014, Southampton Solent University.
  • Taylor, S et al. 2014. Reflecting and Connecting with the Mahara Community [Online presentation]. Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) Conference, August 2014, Boston, USA.
  • Taylor, S. 2014. Leading by Example: Keys to Successful Mahara Adoption [Presentation]. Mahara UK Annual Conference, July 2014, University of Brighton.
  • Emery, R. and Taylor, S. 2014. Mahara: Winning Hearts and Minds [Presentation]. Mahara UK Annual Conference, July 2014, University of Brighton.
  • Taylor, S. 2014. Mahara Assessment Support [Poster]. Mahara UK Annual Conference, July 2014, University of Brighton.
  • Ridden, J. and Taylor, S. 2014. Turnitin & Moodle [Presentation & demonstration]. Moodle Mahara Moot, February 2014, Leipzig University, Germany.
  • Taylor, S. 2014. Mahara & Moodle Sitting in a Tree [Presentation]. Moodle Mahara Moot, February 2014, Leipzig University, Germany.
  • Moss, S*. 2013. Designing Effective Assessments with Mahara [Presentation]. Mahara UK Annual Conference, July 2013, The Custard Factory, Birmingham.
  • Moss, S. 2013. Managing the Online Self [Lightning presentation]. Heads of eLearning Forum (HeLF), June 2013, Southampton Solent University.
  • Moss, S. and Sinclair, D. 2013. Combining Mahara & Social Networking for Personal Development Planning [Presentation]. Plymouth Enhanced Learning Conference (PELeCON), April 2013, Plymouth University.
  • Moss, S. 2013. Mahara in a Nutshell [Workshop]. JISC RSC South East, February 2013, Havant College.
  • Emery, R., Lee, B. and Moss, S. 2011. Addressing Employability: Making the Interoperable Integrated [Presentation]. Mahara UK Annual Conference, June 2012, Southampton Solent University.
  • Moss, S. 2011. Weaving Employability into the Curriculum; How ePortfolios are Supporting Student PDP [Presentation]. JISC eLearning Fair, October 2011, Chichester College.
  • Moss, S. 2010. How can ePortfolios Support 21st Century Learning? [Presentation & IT Workshop]. JISC Netskills ePortfolio Training Day, November 2010, London.
  • Emery, R. and Moss. S. 2010. Solent’s Mahara Honeymoon [Presentation]. Mahara UK Annual Conference, July 2010,  Westminster Kingsway College, ULCC, London.
  • Emery, R. and Moss. S. 2010. Our Mahara Journey [Presentation]. MoodleMoot UK, April 2010, Senate House, ULCC, London.

 *Maiden Name

 eLearning Community support:

Other significant contributions:

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