Month: May 2010

E-Learning themes

Themes with which we can approach the:    • re-design of the website    • development of Moodle support course-space, help-sheets, case studies    • focus of e-learning development/training sessions    • various committeesSome ideas – to which you […]

Blended Learning Workload

A recent posting to the ALT list enquires about ‘specific information on how the (traditional not distance) Universities and Colleges you work at or know of deal with the issue of ‘officially’ recognising the time […]

The Moodle Groups tool

BackgroundAgainst a backdrop of reduced resources, great and sometimes conflicting demands are being made of Higher Education institutions. Research into H.E. in the UK indicates that, since the 1980’s, Universities are operating with continually decreased […]

E-Learning presentations from the RHUL Learning At Work Day

Audience response systemshttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=audienceresponsesystems-100512110321-phpapp01&stripped_title=audience-response-systems Twitter in academia; an introductionhttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=lawd-twitter-in-academia-100512040137-phpapp01&stripped_title=b-4064309 Social Bookmarkinghttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=lawd-social-bookmarking-100512041646-phpapp02&stripped_title=la-wd-socialbookmarking

Ring-fencing of marks to encourage good academic practice?

As a Learning Technologist with a special interest in e-assessment, as well as the responsibility of administering and promoting Turnitin, I’ve been thinking about the potential of ring-fenced marks in assessments to promote awareness and […]