Category: lectures

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.

Using Personal Response Systems to record attendance

We’re looking to hear from practitioners who have experience of and/or thoughts on using Personal Response Systems in support of attendance registers.  Have you piloted or implemented this?  Are you thinking of doing so? What […]

Crowdsource request: Using Personal Response Systems to record attendance

We’re looking to hear from practitioners who have experience of and/or thoughts on using Personal Response Systems in support of attendance registers.  Have you piloted or implemented this?  Are you thinking of doing so? What […]

Clickers – updated webpage and case study

Please find updated information on clickers / Audience Response Systems here:http://www.rhul.ac.uk/registry/educational-development/e-learning/technologies/clickers/clickers-overview.html A case study of the use of clickers in Psychology lectures has also been published online:http://www.rhul.ac.uk/registry/educational-development/e-learning/case-studies/case-study-clickers.pdf CreditsMartin KingDavid ThurlbyPolly Dalton