Marina Sawdon from the School for Medicine and Health will present her use of voting systems to encourage knowledge retention at the next ESTICT (Engaging Students Through IN Class technology) Special Interest Group event. The event is to be held in Edinburgh on Thursday 29th April 2010. The venue for the event is the centrally-located eScience Institute (NESC) at the University of Edinburgh.
Professor Jim Boyle from the University of Glasgow is presenting a keynote with the intriguing title ‘Truth, Lies and Voting Systems’ and we have invited a number of speakers to talk on a wide variety of topics relating to Electronic Voting Systems and their innovative use. A voting question design workshop will investigate writing EVS questions for different pedagogic purposes.
The event is free. Register at the link below.