Presentations

  All of my presentation slides can be found at: http://www.slideshare.net/suebeckingham 
2017Beckingham, S. (2017) Social Learning: Building Social Presence. [Invited Speaker] ELI Course | Humanizing Online Teaching and Learning https://events.educause.edu/eli/courses/webinar/2017/humanizing-online-teaching-and-learningBeckingham, S. (2017) Networking and the importance of a professional online presence. [Invited Speaker] Sheffield Business School.Beckingham, S. (2017) Social Media for Teaching and Learning. [Invited Speaker] BETT Conference #BETT2017 #ALiSOnlineBeckingham, S. (2017) Using LEGO serious play and multimedia blogs to stimulate effective reflective practice. Computing Education Practice Conference, University of Durham.
2016Beckingham, S. (2016) Digital identity: developing your professional online presence as an academic leader. Sheffield Hallam University. Beckingham, S. (2016) The role of social media as a learning support system in project based learning. Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.  Baff, D., Rowell, C., Jobling, C,. Withnell, N., Tindall, I. and Beckingham, S. With a little help from my followers’ Facilitating the #LTHEchat. Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham, S. (2016) Developing students’ employability skills through social media. LTA Conference, Sheffield Hallam University. 
Beckingham, S. (2016) Managing Your Online Profile. [Invited Speaker] Chartered Institute of Business Schools Leaders in Learning and Teaching Programme. London.Beckingham, S. (2016) Shareology and Social Media in Academia. [Invited Speaker] University of Sussex'Beckingham, S. (2016) Developing a Personal Learning Network (PLN) and Open Co-learning Opportunities. [Invited Speaker] University of Reading.Beckingham, S. (2016) Becoming a Digital Scholar and Developing an Online Presence Using Social Media. [Invited Speaker] University of Reading.Beckingham, S. (2016) Full Circle: The value of hindsight as final year students reflect on prior year peer guidance. The Higher Education Academy STEM Conference, University of Nottingham.Belshaw, D., Beckingham, S., Gallien, F. and Hak, S. (2016) Connecting With Young People: Using Social Media and Digital Marketing to Enhance Student Recruitment and Engagement. Panel discussion at BETT 2016 FE and Skills Zone. [Invited Speaker] Excel London.Beckingham, S. (2016) Social media portfolios: building the digital toolbox using social media. Digital Narratives MELSIG Event, Nottingham Trent University.Beckingham, S. (2016) Making and telling a good story with Storify. Digital Narratives MELSIG Event, Nottingham Trent University.Beckingham, S. (2016) Shareology and Social Media in Academia. [Keynote] Libraries@Cambridge 2016 Conference, University of Cambridge. 
2015Beckingham, S. Purvis, A. and Rodger, H. (2015) Experiences of social media in higher education: barriers enablers and next steps. Social Media for Learning in HE Conference 2015, Sheffield Hallam UniversityMiddleton, A., Beckingham, S. and Snape, K. (2015) Social media portfolios: building a professional social media profile for presentation in LinkedIn. Social Media for Learning in HE Conference 2015, Sheffield Hallam UniversityBeckingham, S. and Middleton, A. (2015) Digital Capability - Connected U: developing professional presence on LinkedIn. LTA Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham, S. (2015) The value of hindsight: Final year student reflections as peer guidance for future cohorts. LTA Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham, S. (2015) Building the 3 Cs: critical thinking, creativity and confidence. The Assessment Exchange, Sheffield Hallam University.Middleton, A. and Beckingham, S. (2015) The LinkedIn University: Students building their professional identities. Researching, Advancing and Inspiring Student Engagement. 
Nerantzi, C., Beckingham, S., Casanova, D., Hack, K. and MacNeill, S. The power of cross-institutional collaboration for connected professional development. Annual Conference ALT-C (Association for Learning Technology), University of Manchester.Middleton, A. and Beckingham, S. (2015) Linking learning lifewide and lifelong: The Connected U. Annual Conference ALT-C (Association for Learning Technology), University of Manchester.Beckingham, S. (2015) The Academics' Guide to Social Media. [Keynote] EDIN, Dublin City University.Beckingham, S. (2015) The discord between social and professional digital connectedness. [Keynote] E-learning 2.0, Brunel University.Beckingham, S. (2015) Am I Digital Native? [Keynote] Standing Conference on Academic Practice, University of Warwick.Nerantzi, C. and Beckingham, S. (2015) Emerging models of connected professional development. No way back? The Academic Practice and Technology (APT) Conference, University of Greenwich.Middleton, A. and Beckingham, S. (2015) Becoming the LinkedIn University. ‘Student Engagement In and Out of the Classroom’, Learning and Teaching Conference, Sheffield Hallam University. Beckingham, S. (2015) Digital Connectedness [Keynote] SOLSTICE Conference, Edge Hill University.Beckingham, S. (2015) Who do you think you are? [Keynote] UCISA Digital Capabilities Conference, MediaCityUK, University of Salford.Beckingham, S. (2015) Developing a discipline partnership online: local and global communities. [Invited Speaker] HEA Developing disciplinary communities in STEM event.Beckingham, S. and Millward, D. (2015) [Invited Speakers] Industry Networking Using Social Media. Pathways Creative Industry Networking Event, Sheffield Hallam University.

2014
Beckingham, S. (2014) Social Media and the Digital Scholar [Keynote] Open University of Catalonia, Barcelona.


Beckingham, S. and Coddington, L. (2014) The Value of Online Meetings for Students. [Invited Speakers] Sheffield Hallam University 

Nerantzi, C, and Beckingham, S. (2014) Open cross institutional academic cpd: unlocking the potential. SEDA Conference.

Beckingham, S. (2014) Digital Connectedness: Using Social Media for Professional Networking. [Invited Speaker] Careers and Employability Centre, Sheffield Hallam University

Beckingham, S. (2014) The value of open networking for researchers. [Invited Speaker] A Sheffield Universities Social Media Symposium, Sheffield Hallam University. 

Beckingham, S. (2014) Students as Digital Producers. Learning and Teaching Conference, Sheffield Hallam University

Beckingham, S. and Terry, D. (2014) Social Media for Placement Networking. [Invited Speaker] Placement Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.

Beckingham, S. (2014) Using social media to help people help each other. [Keynote] Neighbourhood Watch Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.

Beckingham, S., Purvis, A. and Rodger, H. (2014) The SHU Social Media CoLab: Developing a Social Media Strategy Through Open Dialogue and Collaborative Guidance. [Won Best Poster] The European Conference on Social Media, University of Brighton.

Beckingham, S. (2014) Social Media for Learning [Keynote] Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (MELSIG) Social Media for Learning #1. Liverpool John Moores University. 

Nerantzi, C. and Beckingham, S. (2014) BYOD4L: No doors, no locks. Designing Learning Landscapes: Mobile, Open, Inclusive learning and teaching Conference. Goldsmiths, University of London. 

Nerantzi, C. and Beckingham, S. (2014) Where Ideas Grow: Bring your own device for learning. Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (MELSIG) Smart Learning #3. Manchester Met University.

Beckingham, S. (2014) Why you need an online presence and how to it. Future of Education April MiniCon.

Beckingham, S. (2014) Using Twitter for Business Engagement. Research and Innovation Office, Sheffield Hallam University

Beckingham, S. (2014) Using social media as academics for learning, teaching and research. Sheffield Hallam University.

Beckingham, S. (2014) Using social media to develop a professional online presence. [Invited Speaker] University of East Anglia.

Beckingham, S. (2014) Google Hangouts for Group Interaction. Google Apps for Learning and Teaching (GALT) Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.

Beckingham, S. (2014) Embedding Digital Skills into Education – Increasing Employability and Lifetime Prospects [Invited Speaker] Inside Government Forum Digital Inclusion 2014: Ensuring the Delivery of ‘Digital by Default’, London.


Morris, J., Beckingham, S., Keegan, H. and Miller, S. (2014) 'Incorporating Social Media into the Learning Place'. Panel discussion at BETT 2014 Technology in HE Summit. [Invited Speaker] Excel London.



2013

Beckingham, S. (2013) Using Social Media Strategically for Learning and Teaching. [Invited Speaker] Sheffield College.
Beckingham, S. (2013) Building a Professional Online Presence. [Invited Speaker] Launch of the Careers and Employability Centre, Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham,S. (2013) Collaborative and Cooperative Learning and Communities. [Invited Speaker] Webinar, University of Salford.  Beckingham, S. (2013) Social Media and the Digital Scholar. [Invited Speaker] University of Roehampton.Beckingham, S. Coddington, L. and Pink, C. (2013) Innovating Induction: The Scavenger Hunt. Faculty of ACES Learning and Teaching Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham, S. and Middleton, C. (2013) A scaffolded approach to developing confident communication and digital skills alongside a professional online presence. Faculty of ACES Learning and Teaching Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham, S., Crowther, P. and Walton, J. (2013) Improving the Experience of Distance Learning Students Using Web 2.0 Tools. Faculty of ACES Learning and Teaching Conference, Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham, S. (2013) Using Social Media to Develop YOUR Professional Online Presence. [Keynote] University of Kent. 
Beckingham, S. (2013) Using Social Media to Develop Professional Online Presence. [Invited Speaker] Leeds Met University. Beckingham, S. (2013) Open Places and Social Spaces: Realising the Potential of Social Media and Online Presence. [Invited Speaker] Sheffield Business School. Beckingham, S. (2013) Getting Started with Twitter [Invited Speaker] Sheffield Hallam University QESS Away Day.
Beckingham, S. (2013) Social Media and the Professional You. [Invited Speaker] University of York.
Beckingham, S. (2013) Using Social Media to Develop Course Communities, Sheffield Hallam University Learning and Teaching Conference.
·      Beckingham, S., Morrish, D. and Trigg, E. (2012) Space, Place and Interconnectedness: A Considered Visual Online Presence. Sheffield Hallam University Learning and Teaching Conference.

Beckingham S.(2013)Professional Online Presence: Separating the Signal from the Noise [Invited Speaker] HEA Changing the Learning Landscape Webinar. Beckingham, S. (2013) Twitter Mini Masterclass, Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham, S. (2013) Leveraging your online presence to develop a professional learning network. HEA Computing Seminar. Birmingham City University. [Invited Speaker]Beckingham, S. (2013) Social Media and Digital Skills in Higher Education. London Met University [Invited Speaker]Beckingham, S. (2013) Collaborative Learning and Communities. Flexible Distance and Online Learning Webinar. [Invited Speaker]Beckingham, S. (2013) Digital Connectedness: Maximising the Potential of your Network. [Invited Speaker] Changing the Learning Landscape: Where are we now with Digital Literacies? University of Exeter.  2012Beckingham, S and Walton, J. (2012) Breaking Down Barriers: 'Hanging Out' Online. 17th Annual SEDA Conference. Aston Business School, Birmingham.Beckingham, S. (2012) Digital Innovation: Rethinking the NO in InNOvation. [Invited Speaker] J. Boye Web and Intranet Conference, Aarhus, Denmark. Beckingham, S. (2012) Digital Identitie(s): The Value of a Professional Online Presence. [Invited Speaker] J. Boye Web and Intranet Conference, Aarhus, Denmark. Beckingham, S. (2012) Digital Connectedness: Taking Ownership of Your Professional Online Presence. [Keynote] Thinking Out Loud Conference 2012, York St John University. Bamford, S. and Beckingham, S. (2012) Developing a Co-Learning Open Community using a 360° Social Feedback Model. ALT-C 2012, University of Manchester.Beckingham, S. and Belshaw, D. (2012) Connecting the Digital Dots. [Keynotes] CITE Digital Literacies Conference, University of Southampton. Beckingham, S. (2012) Looking in from the outside: Developing your own windows of opportunities using social media. [Keynote] UCISA Using Social Media for Training Conference. University of Salford, MediaCityUK. 
Hopkins, D. and Beckingham, S. (2012) Are students aware  of their 'digital footprint' and the affect their online presence/activity may have on current or future employment prospects? The 7th Plymouth Enhanced Learning Conference. University of Plymouth.Beckingham, S. (2012) Social Media for the Terrified. Annual AUA Conference, University of Manchester.Beckingham, S. and Featherstone, S. (2012) From Monologue to Dialogue: Building Relationships the Social Way. [Invited Speaker] Professional Pensions and Communications Forum, London.Beckingham, S. (2012) The Role of Social Media in Higher Education in an Age of Openness and Publicness. 12th Durham Blackboard Users Conference, University of Durham.  

2011
Beckingham, S. (2011) Using Social Media to Develop a Personal Learning Network. University of Huddersfield.Beckingham, S. and Walker, D. (2011) Using Social Media to Develop a Personal Learning Network. 16th Annual SEDA Conference. Aston Business School, Birmingham.Beckingham, S. (2011) Social Media and Employability: The Age of Sharing and Publicness. [Keynote] Future of technology in Education, University of London. Beckingham, S. (2011) Professional Social Presence Using Social Media Poster Presentation for ACES Business Development Away Day. Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham, S. (2011) Getting the Best From LinkedIn Webinar - SHU Realising our Potential series. Sheffield Hallam University.

Beckingham, S. (2011) Using Social Media to Enhance Employability - HEA Employability Staff Development Network Event. Sheffield Hallam University.

Beckingham, S. (2011) Using Social Media to Develop a Personal Learning Network - Media Camp Nottingham.
Beckingham, S. (2011) Social Media and CPD: You can't be Serious?  Yorkshire Regional AUA Conference, University of Huddersfield.Beckingham, S. and Davies, R. (2011) Social Media and CPD: You can't be Serious?  Annual AUA Conference, University of Nottingham.Beckingham, S. (2011) Learning and Teaching Technologies in Practice: Innovation Through Sharing - Faculty LTA Conference. Sheffield Hallam University.Beckingham, S. (2011) Professional Development and the use of Personal Learning Networks International Webinar - US Student Affairs Professionals Online Webinar Series. 2010Beckingham, S., Lee, J., and Dujardin, A. F. (2010) Supporting and Enhancing Teaching and Learning Using Web 2.0 Tools. Faculty LTA Conference. Sheffield Hallam University.

2009
Beckingham, S. and Evans, J (2009) Changing Perceptions - Social Networking. Yorkshire Regional Conference, University of Sheffield. Beckingham, S. and Craig, J. (2009) The Good, Bad and the Ugly in Professional Communication. Annual AUA Conference, University of Exeter.Bird, R., Beckingham, S., Cleaver, C., and Davies. (2009) Tips and tricks on how to get more involved in AUA branch co-ordination build your profile and further your career. Annual AUA Conference, University of Exeter.

2008
Hart, J., Beckingham, S., Bramhall, M. Harris, N. and Haywood, W. (2008) Enhancing student feedback and involvement within the Faculty. Annual HEA Conference, Harrogate. Barker, J., Beckingham, S., Davies, R. and Williams, R. (2008) Build your profile: get more involved in branch co-ordination and further your career, AUA Conference, University of York.

2007
Bradley, S. and Beckingham, S. (2007) Professional Standards and Associate Lecturers: Forgotten Few or Missing Many. Annual HEA Conference, Harrogate.2006Bradley, S. and Beckingham S. (2006) Associate Lecturers and Learning, Teaching and Assessment: Forgotten Few or Missing Many. 11th Annual SEDA Conference, Novotel, Birmingham.

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