Nine online guides to learning technology research informed practice are now available from ALT in a wiki format. Topics include: Web-based course design , Learning using mobile and hand-held devices On-line communities Technology-supported assessment Learning environments Using social software in learning
by Jane Secker Watch Jane Secker’s video Fully supported with a broad range of practitioner case studies (including one from LTG) and further sources of information, this essential guide looks at best practice developed by leading universities in the UK and … Continue reading
CommonCraft offer a range of amusing, effective and free three-minute videos which help educators and influencers introduce complex subjects. Including a new one on protecting reputations online.
If you are having problems with travel restrictions, webex is available to share presentations, documents, applications or even your desktop with participants at the University or across the world. For more information visit www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/webex or contact email@example.com for an account … Continue reading
The 2010 Horizon Report describes six emerging technologies or practices that are likely to enter mainstream use on campuses within three adoption horizons spread over the next one to five years. The report also presents critical trends and challenges that will … Continue reading
Thinking of using web2tools for research, administration or teaching? Make a quick start with the web2practice user guides. The web2practice guides explain how emergent web technologies like RSS, microblogging and social media can enhance your working practice. Each guide consists … Continue reading
Dragster is a rapid authoring tool to create innovative drag and drop activities using multimedia. It has a versatility that lends itself to many different applications in any discipline. So if you are looking to create engaging drag and drop activities … Continue reading
Effective Practice in a Digital Age is designed for those in further and higher education whose focus is on designing and supporting learning: academic staff, lecturers, tutors and learning support staff, facilitators, learning technologists and staff developers.