Technology Enhanced Learning

Published:

16-07-2021

Categories:

Wellbeing, Digital Literacy, Education, Technology Enhanced Learning

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:

25-06-2021

Categories:

Playful and Creative Learning, Technology Enhanced Learning

This #Take5 post is brought to you from Debbie Holley and Heidi Singleton, Bournemouth University, UK – who also delivered this as an engaging LD@3. Challenge that ‘Zoom Gloom!’ (Wiederhold 2020) Learners describe their ‘best learning moment’ as a ‘flow’ – a point of psychological deep involvement of immersion in an activity or a task, which results in...

Virtual Reality vs Augmented Reality

Published:

04-05-2021

Categories:

Technology Enhanced Learning

This month’s #Take5 post is brought to you by Dr Micky Ross and Dr Julia Bohlmann at the University of Glasgow. We asked them to contribute because we were blown away by their ScotHELD session on the way they had used podcasting as part of their repertoire of responses to Covid-19 and the rapid change...

Illustration of a microphone

Published:

12-03-2021

Categories:

Playful and Creative Learning, Study Skills, Technology Enhanced Learning

Puzzling the pieces This #Take5 is brought to you from Katharine Stapleford who has solved this year’s Covid-19 problem - how to get students working (and reading) collaboratively when studying online and at a distance. Here’s Katharine: Background I teach on the MA Digital Education programme at Leeds University. The programme is 100% online distance...

jigsaw puzzle illustration with four characters carrying the jigsaw

Published:

27-02-2021

Categories:

Events, Playful and Creative Learning, Technology Enhanced Learning

Date / Time: Tuesday 2nd March - 3pm Location: Online via Zoom - Meeting ID:  872 3622 6036 - Passcode: ncb97=TSPresenters: Debbie Holley and Heidi Singleton, Department of Nursing Sciences, Bournemouth University  Description:  The JISC ‘Student digital experience insights survey’ was recently released, summarising the experiences of over 20,000 HE students at a range of 28 HE institutions. One...

Google Cardboard

Published:

27-02-2021

Categories:

Events, Playful and Creative Learning, Study Skills, Technology Enhanced Learning

Date / Time: Thursday 18th February – 3pmLocation: Online via CollaboratePresenters: Arielle Redman, University of York Description:  Processing, understanding, and remembering information is often aided by combining images with text or keywords. These are the two essential ingredients of the majority of memes, which are, by definition, widely shared and enjoyed. Come prepared with a piece of research or...

The word Meme in magazine letters pinned to a cork notice board. Meme is used to describe a piece of information or an element of culture in various media.

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

Published:

26-03-2020

Categories:

Research Methodologies and Data Collection, Study Skills, Technology Enhanced Learning

This #Take5 post is brought to you by Helen Hewertson … who works at a large post 92 UK University. She is the main person responsible for the day-to-day running of the foundation programme in Humanities and Social Science and is module leader for and teaches on all the core modules. There is a cohort...

Helen’s student’s drawing

Published:

17-04-2018

Categories:

Assessment Feedback and Course Design, Study Skills, Technology Enhanced Learning

LESSONS FROM A TEACHER DEVELOPMENT PROJECT: One positive instance of using technology for student learning, rather than its own sake. This guest blog explores the authentic embedding of digital practices within our pedagogic toolbox and has been prepared for #Take5 by Dr Paul Breen (@CharltonMen) who also shares, below, a link to his free book:...

TEACHER IN PAUL BREEN'S PHD STUDY USING I PADS IN CLASSROOM