m-talking

 Anyone interested in hearing me talk about the work we are doing at Oxford is welcome to listen: Podcast of me talking about podcasting at Oxford et al. Recorded by Talis and licensed as OER for your enjoyment.

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text, slides and videotape

I now have an OER licenced FSOL Case Study destined for Open Jorum. It is a case study I wrote in 2005 describing the use of video in teaching. It describes a session I used to teach: The session is … Continue reading

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Funding available for learning technology uses in bioscience

Podcasters, OERs, weblearners, modellers and skills developers take note, tell your friends…..and anyone you know in bioscience. The UK Centre for Bioscience is currently accepting bids for our Departmental Teaching Enhancement Scheme which offers up to £15,000 to bioscience schools … Continue reading

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m-level teaching

It is always a delight and never a chore to teach on the Oxford University Masters in e-Learning programme. Despite what has come to be a rather albatross-like title, the programme attracts a range of interesting student participants with varied … Continue reading

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First war, Secondlife

The Oxford Computing Services secondlife island is currently host to an immersive learning environment modeled to simulate areas of the Western Front 1914-18. Into this environment a range of digitised archival materials from the major poets of the First World … Continue reading

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