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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Birkbeck Special Blend Project Presented at HEA/SEEC Conference 2013

The HEA and SEEC held a combined conference on Flexible Learning at the University of Westminster in July. Along with Liz Drew who was part […]

Media Cloud forecast: in-video quizzes and more

Recently the Bloomsbury Media Cloud User Group attended a presentation from MediaCore, the company who provide the platform and hosting that powers the service. There […]

Literacies for open practice: open up and say OER?

A presentation at Bloomsbury TEL event on Digital Literacy for Teaching and Research, 19 February 2014, at the Institute of Education, University of London. Literacies […]

Is it time for MOOCs to 'open up'?

A piece I co-wrote with Javiera Atenas is now live on the LSE Impact of Social Sciences blog: MOOCs must move beyond open enrolment and demonstrate […]

Seminar review: Practical considerations of running a MOOC

The University of London’s (UoL) Centre for Distance Education (CDE) provides thought-provoking lunchtime seminars on topics of interest to learning technology practitioners and staff who teach or […]

Breaking down barriers: Open Educational Practices as an emerging academic literacy

A conference presentation with Jo Stroud and Javiera Atenas at Connected Learning in an Open World: Academic Practice and Technology conference, University of Greenwich; 8 […]

Open Data as OER: Blog Post and Survey

Recently in conjunction with Open Education Week, the Open Education blog over at Open Knowledge featured a guest post by Javiera Atenas, Ernesto Priego and […]

Crowdsourcing Quality in Open Education

How can we assure quality in the context of Open Education? This question lies at the heart of the challenge of gaining mainstream acceptance of […]

Open Data as OER update

A few months ago (and yet, somehow, only a couple of posts ago, 'here'!), I posted the link to a piece I co-wrote for the […]

Step up to Postgraduate Study in Arts, v 3.0

The third and latest iteration of the summer blended module Step up to Postgraduate Study in Arts is drawing to a close (today is the second […]

Today's Reading: Online Teaching Manifesto / Digital Capability / Open Access Journals / Transforming Assessment and Feedback

For those of you out there who have blogs AND actually regularly write on them, I salute you. Today I thought I would try a […]

Turnitin User Group meeting, London, October 2015

I recenty attended the 2015 Turnitin User Group meeting, with the same idea as many in the audience, it seems, of finding out how things […]

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