Finding a happy medium in the delivery of core and bespoke support

Published on: Author: Sarah Honeychurch 4 Comments

Recently, at very short notice, the LTU were asked by JISC to give a presentation to the Connect more… in Scotland event. We were delighted to do so and we (me, Craig John and Niall) put our heads together to come up with the following abstract and slides: As a Learning Technology Unit, supporting core services such… Continue reading

Putting the ABC Curriculum Design approach into practice

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On Friday, we were privileged to host an LTC lunchtime CPD workshop run by UCL Digital Education colleagues, Drs Clive Young and Nataša Perović, on their ABC Curriculum Design approach. There were 32 participants from across all four colleges, and the energy in the room was indicative of the huge interest generated. The ABC Curriculum… Continue reading

E-learning evaluation and scholarship

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Last week, I was kindly invited by Dr Jo-Anne Murray to present some ideas to the MVLS TELT group on e-learning evaluation and scholarship. MVLS is already doing a lot of great work in this area, and the purpose of the talk was to celebrate and identify ways to build on existing good practice. As… Continue reading

Moodle MOOT conference 2016

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A number of the TELT community at Glasgow were able to attend Moodle MOOT. I’ve put together some of our impressions from the MVLS Digital Education Unit. Key-take aways We were quite impressed by the workbook that Napier University had developed from Moodle quiz. It was similar to a reflective journal, where student responses were saved… Continue reading

Facebook for Virtual Peer Assisted Learning

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Shazia and I have been using Facebook groups since 2010 (originally with Lorna Love to support what we call VPAL – virtual peer assisted learning. We’ve presented at many conferences and written papers about it, the past being at Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference in December last year (paper forthcoming). Recently Dustin Hosseini from… Continue reading

Review of our first #BoldChat session

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On 4th March, LTU ran its first #BoldChat session, on the topic of blended and online learning development. The Tweetchat was inspired by having taken part in other Tweetchats like #LTHEchat which takes place on Wednesday evenings, 8-9pm UK time. Sarah and I wanted to try this bitesize CPD approach for staff at Glasgow interested… Continue reading

Not long until #BoldChat … Here’s how it works

Published on: Author: Vicki Dale 1 Comment

Further to Sarah’s previous blog post, we will soon be running our first #BoldChat session on Twitter. We find tweetchats really useful as a form of ‘bitesize CPD’, and would like to encourage everyone interested in blended or online learning to join us. The format for #BoldChat is a slow chat which means that you… Continue reading

#BoldChat

Published on: Author: Sarah Honeychurch 5 Comments

Do you use Twitter? Or would you like to? I love Twitter for the connections it helps me make, and I follow hashtags such as #DigPed, #CLMooc and #LTHE to help me to find interesting conversations. I often lurk in Twitter chats such as #LTHECHAT (which happens  on Wednesdays at 8 – 9pm GMT – teatime… Continue reading

Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy

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As a course convenor for some distance learning courses at the University of Aberdeen until a couple of years ago I was adept at using Bloom’s taxonomy in order to design ILOs and and to write essay and exam questions. Yesterday, as I caught up with the reading for this iteration of #MoocMooc: MMID: SUBVERSION AND INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN (a… Continue reading