Category: E-Learning

The Future of Learning: an interview transcript

I was recently interviewed for a piece in Royal Holloway’s Alumni magazine Higher. Here’s a transcript of my responses.

Moodle development: upgrade and new look

Having delivered a successful rollover and archiving project for 2014/15 courses, we move now to the next stage of Moodle development. On Wednesday July 8th IT Services and the E-Learning Team will upgrade Moodle. Please […]

RePlay (using Panopto)

A new lecture-recording service for teaching and learning will be available across campus for the autumn term. RePlay will be available in most teaching rooms and will capture the slides from the lecture along with […]

Moodle 2: Where are we?

Many people – internal and external to Royal Holloway – have asked where we are in relation to Moodle 2.  While we have tried to maintain up-to-date information on Matt Lingard’s googledocs spreadsheet of HE/FE […]

E-Learning and the pencil metaphor

As both an enthusiastic producer and fierce critic of mediocre infographics, I was pleased to discover, through Professor Steve Wheeler, this simple, effective and meaningful image courtesy of Positive DV8R blog. I have found all […]

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 […]

Definition of e-learning

This week’s post requires a little more participation than usual…… Can you navigate to the blog and use the comments feature for this post to share your own definition of e-learning; What is e-learning? what […]

Baseline presence, some possible definitions and considerations

  ‘Addressing variability in the student experience by agreeing a baseline presence in the VLE for all courses’.   Basic course information BCI 1 Handbook Timetables Tutor contact details There is the possibility that of […]