Q: What TEL (Technology Enhanced Learning) tools and activities did your students engage with this semester?
A: In the final week of the course, I recorded student presentations of about 10 minutes on a flip camera. Continue reading
We put together a series of videos, for the English department, of academics discussing their modules. These are a few minutes long, where staff give a brief overview of a module’s content and aims. Students can watch these videos as a preview, to get an idea of what the module is about, before selecting to enrol. We would like to thank the staff for participating in this new initiative. The videos are available on KEATS but you can also click on the links below.
- Dr. Anna Snaith
- Dr. Elizabeth Eger
- Dr. Lawrence Warner
- Dr. Elizabeth Scott-Bauman
- Dr. Rowan Boyson
What are the benefits for the teacher and learner in the context of open education and OERs (Open Educational Resources)? How does a blended-learning school boost student achievement? How can we design the schools for 21st Century Learning? What will the classroom of tomorrow be like? What are the tools and resources for the 21st Century Educator? Continue reading
The use of audio and video with learners in higher education is on a steady rise. Many educators are turning to podcast and video to enhance their students’ learning experience in face to face sessions and also when accessing learning resources in the learners’ own time (e.g. from home or work). Audio/video are also used: for assessment purposes; providing accounts of academic research; conference presentations and preparation for academic teaching, where teaching staff practice, rehearse and listen back to themselves while preparing for upcoming sessions they will be leading. Continue reading