Digital Literacy

Published:

01-07-2022

Categories:

Playful and Creative Learning, Academic Literacy, Digital Literacy, Learning Spaces and Learning Communities, Research Methodologies and Data Collection, Study Skills, Technology Enhanced Learning

This month’s #Take5 is brought to you from Daisy Abbott an interdisciplinary researcher and research developer based in the School of Simulation and Visualisation at The Glasgow School of Art. Daisy experiments with game-based learning – and has created a novel approach to teaching research skills. Research: Mapping and Pathfinding My name is Daisy Abbott,...

Daisy Abbott

Published:

15-07-2021

Categories:

Digital Literacy, Education, Technology Enhanced Learning, Wellbeing

Make like an ant? This #Take5 post is brought to you from Dr Katharine Jewitt from The Open University who shares what we can learn for our teaching and learning online from ants. Katharine is looking back at what we have adapted to this year – highlighting the lessons learned that we can take forward...

Illustration of four Ants working together

Published:

07-01-2021

Categories:

Digital Literacy, Technology Enhanced Learning

This #Take5 is brought to you from Debbie Holley - with guest bloggers Tom Burns and Sandra Sinfield from LondonMet’s Centre for Professional and Educational Development (CPED) (see also their student studyhub). Debbie is reflecting on her move to Bournemouth’s Department of Nursing where she is Professor of Digital Innovation. Whilst Debbie has always researched...

‘Mere jelly’ - Student image reproduced with permission from ‘Facilitating Student Learning’ Unit, London Metropolitan University

Published:

26-11-2020

Categories:

Assessment Feedback and Course Design, Digital Literacy, Technology Enhanced Learning, Widening Participation

This #Take5 post is brought to you from Dr Carina Buckley of Solent University - and is in dialogue with her #Take5 on students and camera use in online teaching and learning from a few weeks ago. The Evil DrB herself Should your students turn their cameras on? A rebuttal A few weeks ago, I...

Two birds on a water bath

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