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School of Health Sciences Teaching and Learning Innovators Event – May 2016

Following the success of the 1st Teaching and Learning Innovators Event in January, we as LEaD at SHS put on the 2nd Teaching and Learning Innovators Event on Monday 23rd May 12-1pm, focused around mobile learning. 20 people attended. #cityshstl 2nd T&L event running @CityUniHealth @thehealthflash and Betty Matthew presenting – great turnout! pic.twitter.com/5StCrhUA3G —

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Behind the award-winning CitySCaPE project

  Last month, a team of staff from LEaD and SHS were recognised for innovation in developing healthcare learning materials at an NHS awards ceremony. Their work on CitySCaPE, a multimedia simulated reality learning package targeted at improving healthcare for people with learning disabilities, won a £10,000 first prize at the annual HENCEL (Health Education North

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First School of Health Sciences Educational Technology Innovators Event

On Monday (25th January 2016), the Educational Technology Team, part of Learning Enhancement and Development (LEaD) based at the School of Health Sciences ran the first of what we hope are termly Educational Technology Innovators events. This was a lunchtime event from 12-1pm, with two demonstrations on the Echo pen (Rachael-Anne Knight) and Poll Everywhere

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ICERI (International Conference on Education Research and Innovation) November 2015

Seville November 16th -18th 2015 By Neal Sumner I was pleased to return after two years to the ICERI conference held in November in Seville to present a follow-up paper entitled ‘Moving forward with a blended learning curriculum: a case study in collaboration’, which I had co-authored with Karen Rawlings Anderson from the School of

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Video projects in the Multimedia theme

The Multimedia theme within the Educational Technology team of LEaD has been busy working on a number of video resource projects. As well as supporting staff in the business of creating their own video and audio resources, for example podcasts, screencasts and webconferencing, we can guide you through the entire process of shooting video for

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Video in Education SIG – our first webinar – November 2013

Video in Education – a special interest group – invites you to grab a coffee and share best practice at our first webinar. Formed in summer 2012, this group’s focus is on sharing practice within the schools, and gathering examples from other institutions, in: production and publishing of video for education; techniques for engaging staff

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Use of the Personal Response System for Formative Assessment in Optometry: Dr Byki Huntjens and Dr Steve Gruppetta

With the recent founding of the University Personal Response System (PRS) Steering Group, co-chaired by Dr Siân Lindsay and Farzana Latif, this would seem to be an opportune time to profile one of the innovative approaches implemented within the University in using PRS technology for formative assessment. Dr Byki Huntjens and Dr Steve Gruppetta are

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