Figuratively Speaking

I often like to think of myself as the Queen of the Cliche or Dark Mistress of the Analogy. Not in terms of any Stephen […]

Take 5 this summer and learn new skills

This summer Technology Enhanced Learning will be relaunching our hugely popular Take 5 series with some exciting new additions to our offer. Take 5 courses are […]

Innovate or Die!

The NMC’s ‘On the Horizon’ Report is one I  look forward to reading at the start of each year.  It’s clearly written, it’s honest and, for me, […]

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 […]

Game On! (Part 1)

I wanted to write a post about video gaming and how, not only has it been a source of entertainment to me for over 40 […]

New TEL Assistant

I’d like to introduce myself as the newest member of the TEL team. My role as Technology Enhanced Learning Assistant will be to support staff […]

Tell a story with Sutori

Sutori (previously known as HSTRY) is often thought of as a timeline tool, but Sutori ‘stories’ can be much more. With options to embed videos, […]

Scaffolding student learning with lecture capture.

For this post, Tab Betts (Technology Enhanced Learning) spoke to Professor Janet Boddy (Education) about her experience of using lecture capture in her teaching at […]

Moodle Monday: Discussion Forums

Discussion forums have been a mainstay of the web for many years and still make up a core part of online/distance learning programmes. Most major VLE […]

MUGSE at Sussex, April 25th 2017

In a previous post, Antony Coombs wrote about ‘Portfolios, assessment and Mahara at Sussex’ outlining how the Mahara e-portfolio system has been introduced at the University. We […]

Don’t be Scared of the Dork

James Clay wrote a thought-provoking post last week. Called Show me the Evidence, James talks about how: “when demonstrating the potential of TEL and learning technologies to […]

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