Discovering the benefits of embedding reading lists in the VLE

We spotted a great tweet from Keele University academic Dr Ed de Quincey talking about his new VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) page for his module. In this blog, Ed explains what he did, and the advantages of using Talis Aspire reading lists.

Setting up my module VLE page on Blackboard and decided to try and bend it to my will instead of just accepting what it does by default. Via some custom HTML/CSS, IFrames, Google Slides embedding and using @talis Reading Lists how I think they were intended, (1/3)

— Dr Ed de Quincey (@eddequincey) January 20, 2020

Dr Ed de Quincey is a Senior Lecturer at Keele University, teaching on the CSC-10040 Introduction to Interaction Design module, which is on the first year of the Computer Science degree. Ed told us:

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