#EDEN18 and the scholarship of TEL

  The 27th EDEN conference brought technology and research together. I haven’t seen the phrase ‘scholarship of technology enhanced learning‘ before so am claiming authorship because […]

on a scholarly approach to teaching enhancement

I’ve meant from the start to write a post about the blog title. Why Digital Academic? Why not Digital Shifts or TEL Tells or.so on… […]

the language matters of digital pedagogy and learning wheels

I’ve said it before… ……….will say it again…              …….language matters! Neil Postman – not from the prescient Amusing Ourselves […]

mini CAIeRO taster

The Flying not Flapping workshop flapped a bit. Refreshments arrived – 10 cups, 20 bottles of water, no biscuits – for 30 people. Water is […]

‘What is the place of technology in delivering an outstanding student experience?’

LTI are pleased to host Professor Robert Allison Vice-Chancellor & President of Loughborough University for our first NetworkED of 2017. Professor Allison will be discussing […]

The problem is not ignorance, it’s preconceived ideas

https://pixabay.com/en/binary-code-man-display-dummy-face-1327512/ Data is never neutral.  This is my social science background talking. It’s made me suspicious! Or should that be critical?  Not everyone agrees but I’ve […]

Impact of TEF and proposed sector changes on academic libraries, Liz Jolly | Talis Insight Europe 2016

On Day Two of Talis Insight Europe 2016, Liz Jolly, Chair of SCONUL and Library Director at Teesside University gave her keynote on The “Impact […]

Talis will be at the SCONUL Measuring excellence conference!

We’re excited to attend the SCONUL one-day conference Measuring excellence: Meeting the challenges of proposed changes to sector on the 29th of April. This one-day […]

How the TEF do you measure good teaching?

Photo: Teacher’s Desk by Todd Petrie shared by CC licence This week I attended an in-house teaching and learning conference. The theme of the day […]

Let’s get physical! Ways to introduce active learning into your lectures

Image: Trainers drying in the sun by Richard Beatson shared via a CC licence What is Active Learning? Active learning is about engaging students in […]

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