Gill Harrison, Ultrasound Programme Director in Radiography discusses her use of OfficeMix in the School of Health Sciences to promote a flipped classroom approach to her teaching….Continue Reading Leading by Example – Gill Harrison
What’s new in Moodle 3.2 for students?
Students from across the University provided feedback during usability sessions in Term 1. This has influenced the development of Moodle 3.2. So as a student, what can you expect in Moodle 3.2? We have concentrated on improving functionality and features that you use on a regular basis. New Grades & feedback report During our usability…Continue Reading What’s new in Moodle 3.2 for students?
The new Lecture Capture system is live at City – see what it can do for your teaching!
City staff, we’ve been busy…. Since the downtime window started on 31st July. we have been upgrading Echo boxes in Learning Spaces, continuing to migrate content from the old Echo System Server to the new cloud hosted Active Learning Platform and completing the integration between the new Lecture Capture System and Moodle 3.2. A big…Continue Reading The new Lecture Capture system is live at City – see what it can do for your teaching!
The Psychology of Collaboration – Herman Miller Seminar
The Psychology of Collaboration, presented by Bertie van Wyk, based on a paper by Dr. Nigel Oseland. http://bit.ly/2uOrLj8 Bertie van Wyk [BVW] is a workplace specialist, a communicator on human work insights, across Europe and USA. Twitter hashtags – @bertievw @hminsightgroup If you’re a morning person, by 4pm your brain capacity is the same as if…Continue Reading The Psychology of Collaboration – Herman Miller Seminar
DALI lights up over 40 learning spaces – here at City
DALI – An update from the Designing Active Learning Initiative The transformation of City’s learning spaces is taking place over the summer months, for the second year running. From September 2017 City’s staff and students will benefit from the new DALI podium (Pod) in over 40 of the 200…Continue Reading DALI lights up over 40 learning spaces – here at City
Designing better learning environments – the M25 Learning Technology Group comes to City
On 24th July, City hosted the M25 Learning Technology Group for the first time since 2011 and welcomed over 35 delegates from around London and the South East. The focus of the session was on designing better learning environments and we looked at both physical and virtual spaces. The #M25LTG kicks off with an introduction…Continue Reading Designing better learning environments – the M25 Learning Technology Group comes to City
Moodle 3.2: Maximise the City Course Format
As you think about the design of your Moodle modules for the new academic year, this blog post provides some tips to maximise the City Course Format. All taught Moodle modules at City are created with the City Course Format to provide students with: a consistent layout for Moodle modules across a programme; quick access…Continue Reading Moodle 3.2: Maximise the City Course Format
Top 5 tips for Moodle mobile design
Learning on a mobile device is learner-friendly due to the flexibility and convenience of accessing content from anywhere at any time. Our Moodle website is responsive (designed to work across all devices without the need for a separate mobile app). This post looks at some strategies you can use when designing the content in your Moodle…Continue Reading Top 5 tips for Moodle mobile design