Learning Technology and Innovation

Learning Technology and Innovation (LTI) is the hub for technology focused innovation in teaching and learning at the London School of Economics. This blog is written by staff in Learning Technology and Innovation at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). It includes conference reports, ideas for using technology in education, weekly roundups of interesting posts in the web and announcements about our events & the services we offer. The blog is open to comments and we look forward to hearing from you!

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Posts by Learning Technology and Innovation

Delete and declutter

It’s coming up to the start of term and time to get Moodle courses ready for the new cohort of students. We have refreshed most […]

The student voice on technology, wellbeing and society.

This blog post is one of a series on phase two of LSE 2020, a student-focused project that has engaged with 440 students. In this post, […]

New look Moodle for 2017/18!

We hope you like the new look of Moodle and can find you way around. When you first log in you will taken to your […]

The way you link to reading lists in Moodle is changing

After we upgrade Moodle to version 3.1 this summer, one of the ways you currently link to reading lists won’t work. The integration between Talis […]

Moodle refresh for 2017

Moodle will be unavailable all day on Tuesday 15 August and Wednesday 16 August for all users, and on 12th September for courses used to […]

Changes to Moodle for 2016/17

The Moodle recharge event took place on Tuesday 27 June for those that couldn’t attend a brief summary of what went on can be found […]

An evaluation of LSE’s new informal learning spaces

In the 2016-2017 academic year, staff at LTI undertook an evaluation of the use of new LSE informal learning spaces. The findings and lessons learnt can […]

Jack of all trades…

“What do you do?” *Deep breath*, “I’m an academic technologist”. *Blank stare*, “So, what do you do?”. *Deep breath* [attempts to explain]. I have had […]

Understanding student use of informal learning spaces with cognitive and photographic mapping

In 2016, LSE unveiled six refurbished informal learning spaces in Clement House. As part of this process, we sought to uncover how spaces such as […]

From interviews to Instagram, how did we engage students in the evaluation of Clement House?

Working with students as partners in the development of their university experience should form an integral part of any institution’s set of policies. However, securing […]

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 […]

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