Tag: learning technologies

Moodle 4 – inductions for new and returning students

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Since the launch of Moodle 4 on 17 July, LEaD’s Digital Education team have been busy updating City’s educational technology guidance and delivering Moodle training to staff (bookable via the LEaD Events Calendar). From late August, all students will receive communications about the Digital Skills Assessment tool, Student Digital Skills Community and Learning with Moodle…Continue Reading Moodle 4 – inductions for new and returning students

Interrogating the #HolographicAcademic at #ALTc

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#altc First session, a design workshop for telepresent future learning with @dompates – Holography and HE and Speculative learning design #HolographicAcademic pic.twitter.com/B4rcG6Bt3W — Dr Sarah Copeland (@XarahC) September 3, 2019 If holographic projection was introduced and adopted by universities, what impacts might there be on teaching and learning? In September 2019, I made my first…Continue Reading Interrogating the #HolographicAcademic at #ALTc

Reflections on remote conferencing

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ALT-C (the Association of Learning Technologies Conference) is the UK’s premier gathering of people from across the learning technology spectrum. I attended my first ALT-C in 2014 – a smorgasbord of sectoral experiences and ideas to sample, snack and binge on. In 2016, I was drawn back into its orbit, but via forms of remote…Continue Reading Reflections on remote conferencing

Investment in Educational Technologies

Many of City’s educational technologies will be getting an investment boost as part of the University’s strategic plan and funding.  Moodle will be upgraded and integrated with a repository, timetabling, and mobile delivery tools; video streaming and web conferencing tools will become more user-friendly and robust; automatic lecture capture and AV pods will be brought…Continue Reading Investment in Educational Technologies