Blogging as a Method of Assessment

The past couple of years an increasing number of LSE academics started integrating blogging in their courses. This took various forms, from using the blog feature […]

Technology and the student journey: introducing phase two of LSE 2020

Written by Emma Wilson (@MindfulEm), Research and Evaluation Graduate Intern for LTI. This blog post is one in a series of articles that will catalogue the process […]

Exploring the Underbelly of Digital Literacies

Professor Mark Brown National Institute for Digital Learning Dublin City University   Digital Literacy is essential for successfully living, learning and working in today’s increasingly […]

EDULEARN16 and Jisc Connect More..in Wales

This week I was fortunate enough to have been asked to present at two conferences: EDULEARN16 in Barcelona and Jisc’s Connect More..in Wales. In Barcelona […]

Blurring the Boundaries 

In my previous blog post I talked about the keynote I delivered last week, where I suggested that high-level digital literacy skills can be honed […]

Military Crossroads with Career and Technical Education (CTE)

Michael Francis, U.S. Army Sergeant From 2000 to 2004, I was an active duty Soldier in the United States Army and have been in the […]

Classroom silence and digital natives

Svetlana Kandybovich recently wrote a post about allowing students thinking time. It’s full of useful ideas for the classroom and well worth a read. Something […]

Using Powerpoint to create engaging simulations

Last academic year, two PhD students  teaching in the Department of International Relations  embarked on a journey to make their course more engaging to students. […]

SPARK Grants: results and last call!

The results are in!  In March the SPARK! Committee reviewed applications from our  first call and approved three projects aimed at improving the student learning experience […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: Google Scientist Tells How Tech Affects Learning

When his daughter was studying linguistics, Daniel M. Russell observed her reading a book on Turkish grammar while connected to her earbuds, listening to Turkish […]

Supporting Access to Online Education for All

Today is Digital Learning Day! It’s a day when the whole nation celebrates all the wonderful benefits of online learning and digital literacy. You know, […]

In W.Va., Teachers Turn Trump's 'Fake News' Attacks Into Teachable Moments

At West Virginia's Ripley High, teachers are developing media literacy skills in students who are trying to critically examine allegations about "fake news" and media […]

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