Teaching Complexity – Free webinar series about creative teaching approaches

Teaching Complexity is a free webinar series about open and creative teaching approaches, organised by Bonnie Stewart and David White of University of the Arts London. We’ve already missed the first session but you can get a taste of what the series is about by taking a look at the Connected Teaching session page (includes webinar recording). The schedule of up Continue Reading…

Digital Etiquette (netiquette) – Discussion Boards

As a follow up to my previous post Making discussion boards work, I have put together some guidance aimed at students that covers netiquette in relation to using discussion boards in a educational setting. These guidelines will be re-purposed into a student guide about Digital Citizenship with further topics such as email and use of virtual Continue Reading…

Making discussion boards work

Use of discussion boards can bring a whole host of benefits to the learning experience. It can help students develop a number of skills including digital citizenship, writing in the language of a discipline, debating, asynchronous dialogue and critical thinking to name but a few. It is also an opportunity for tutors to give feedback Continue Reading…

Reflections from The MoCo User Group October 2018

On Friday 26th October 2018 I attended the MoCo User Group meeting at Birkbeck University London. I did a the Lightning strike presentation about using OneNote with Collaborate Ultra, which I have written up in a separate post (link to come). The day was split into two parts, Blackboard Collaborate in the morning and Blackboard Continue Reading…