A blog about technology-enhanced learning, teaching and assessment, with side order of open educational practices. Written by Leo Havemann, Learning Technologist at Birkbeck, University of London (a member institution of the Bloomsbury Learning Environment, hence 'BLE'), and co-ordinator of M25 Learning Technology Group and ELESIG London.

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#ELESIG London - Evaluation By Numbers - 7 July RVC

On Thursday 7th July, the ELESIG London local group met for the third time, again somewhat-organised by Mira Vogel and me. This time we were […]

Review of Blackboard Teaching and Learning Conference 2010

Blackboard Teaching and Learning Conference 2010, Swansea, reviewed by Leo Havemann and Mimi Weiss Johnson, in the ALT newsletter, Issue 19 (12 May, 2010).

The Search for the Truth Behind the Rumour: Dispelling Open Source VLE Myths

The Search for the Truth Behind the Rumour: Dispelling Open Source VLE Myths Bryony Bramer, Leo Havemann and Sarah Sherman, Bloomsbury Colleges, at Blackboard Learning & […]

Beyond Teaching at the London Blackboard User Group, December 2010

The London Blackboard User Group met in the pleasant surroundings of Regent’s College last week. The presentations were on the theme of “Beyond Learning and […]

Elluminate in Bloomsbury - not just for ash clouds and snow days

In a previous post ('Don't let an ash cloud ruin your meeting') I suggested that virtual classrooms could be the way to go when faced […]

Beyond Blackboard: 'The VLE is Dead'?, Web 2.0, Social Media and Personal Learning Environments

Beyond Blackboard: Some thoughts on ‘web 2’ and education 

Turnitin Wednesdays

You have probably heard of 'Orange Wednesdays'. Now, I'll admit that a lot of people might be more easily enticed to a free trip to […]

Lecture Capture: More Info Needed?

Lecture capture is quite a hot topic in HE these days and we recently had a showcase event in Bloomsbury to look at how some […]

Creative uses of Moodle at MUGGL

Creative uses of Moodle? - MUGGL presentation and feedback from Leo Havemann

Creative Uses of Moodle?

Turnitin User Group meeting: Senate House, London, 15 February 2013

A meeting of the Turnitin UK User Group was held in London last week and the following represents my capture of points of interest from […]

Are Repositories Holding Back OER?

Are repositories holding back OER? - Presented at M25 Learning Technology Group, July 2013

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