#UKEdConf20 – Presentations

The UKEdChat Online Conference 2020 was a phenomenal success, offering just under 24 hours of high quality presentations over three days in June 2020.

Professional Development Certification

Even though the conference has concluded, you can still receive a PDF ‘Certification of Attendance’ for reflecting, engaging and interacting with the conference presentations. You need to choose six presentations to engage with and complete the reflective exercises within the programme.


Order of Presentations

Click here to see the full details of the presentations online, or click to download the PDF Conference brochure below.


Presentations

Below are the presentations within each session. Each session is accompanied by chapters, allowing you to quickly access the presentation you want to see.

Day 1 – Session 1

Engage with the speakers and presentation – click here to visit the UKEd Forum for the resources, links and to interact with the sessions, even after the conference has finished. Please note, due to technical difficulties the presentations by Lorna Baldry and Colin Hill are posted separately below Session 1.


Lorna Baldry


Colin Hill


Day 1 – Session 2

Engage with the speakers and presentation – click here to visit the UKEd Forum for the resources, links and to interact with the sessions, even after the conference has finished.


Day 2 – Session 3

Engage with the speakers and presentation – click here to visit the UKEd Forum for the resources, links and to interact with the sessions, even after the conference has finished.


Day 2 – Session 4

Engage with the speakers and presentation – click here to visit the UKEd Forum for the resources, links and to interact with the sessions, even after the conference has finished.


Day 3 – Session 5

Engage with the speakers and presentation – click here to visit the UKEd Forum for the resources, links and to interact with the sessions, even after the conference has finished.


Day 3 – Session 6

Engage with the speakers and presentation – click here to visit the UKEd Forum for the resources, links and to interact with the sessions, even after the conference has finished. Please note, due to technical difficulties the presentations by Tony Sheppard is posted separately below Session 6. Also, the presentation from Andy Griffith should have included presentation slides. This is also now fully available just below.


Andy Griffith (with presentation slides)


Tony Sheppard