It’s not a race

Two tweets have stood out for me this week that I want to connect. One from Seth Godin (my tweet, his blog post – please […]

Reading: TEL strategies from the perspective of disruptive innovation

This, from ALT Research in Learning Technology: The publication of institutional strategies for learning, teaching and assessment in UK higher education is practically ubiquitous. Strategies […]

Canvas highlights 7: Combining content on a single Canvas page.

When your modules are migrated to Canvas they will look different to how they did in Study Direct. Your Study Direct site will have displayed […]

Canvas news: May update

The implementation of Canvas continues to progress well and training for staff is well underway.  Since our last update in early April bookings to attend […]

Learn with Lynda – Gamification for Interactive Learning

In this month’s Learn with Lynda, we will be showcasing the lynda.com course Gamification for interactive learning by Karl Kapp. This course is 2 hours and 3 minutes long. Don’t forget, the […]

PressED Impressed

Imagine a conference that takes place online… Okay, that’s not too challenging, nor in 2018, is it a massive stretch of the imagination. Imagine a […]

Manners Maketh Mobile

This week I spoke at my institution’s Centre for Education and Innovation Open Seminar (#CEIOS) series. The umbrella title of the seminar was Adding a Mobile and Interactive Aspect to your Teaching and Learning, something that […]

Bite-sized Lecture Series

Students at Edge Hill University value the support they receive whist studying here, so much that they tell us how important that support is, each […]

Let’s Hear it for King Ludd!

I’ve been working in the technology enhanced learning sector in one form or another for over a decade now, so I reckon I am able […]

Supercharge your LinkedIn profile

During the first week of this term Technology Enhanced Learning teamed up with the Careers and Employability Centre to deliver the online bitesized course ‘Take […]

Mucha PechaKucha!

PechaKucha is one of my favourite ways of presenting information, has been around for fifteen years, and is still very much an unknown quantity in […]

Using ‘Padlet’ for Enquiry -Based Learning

This is the guest post I wrote for Cardiff University’s Learning Technology blog. Click on the image below to access the post in all of […]

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