Naruto Uzumaki is the protagonist of the ongoing Japanese manga series called Naruto, written and illustrated by Masashi Kishimoto.
Naruto appeared for the first time in the Japanese magazine called Weekly Shonen Jump #43 in 1999, published by Shueisha.
Bringing to higher education an approach from software programming, the hackathon, this workshop will assist participants in working through the planning of short events (‘hackdays’) and those spanning multiple days (‘hackathons’).
The workshop will discuss the strengths of the approach for developing learning and teaching in higher education, present case-studies, and also highlight the challenges that need to be addressed to make the events successful.
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Key learning points for participants • What the value in higher education could be of the hackday/hackathon approach to team-based problem solving • How to successfully plan and run a hackday-type event • The workshop will allow participants to experience the approach for themselves • Participants will be supported in producing a plan of how to run their own events in this style Our aim is to provide an opportunity for disciplinary or subject specific CPD and peer networking with these workshops.
Fellow led workshops are open to all Fellows of the HEA and free of charge to attend.