Tag: webinar

Shared Experience, Different Perspectives: 10 things about #ALTc21

Screenshot of slide at keynote presentation at ALTc21 by Sonia Livingstone

In 2020, when so many events that would have once taken place in person switched to being fully online ones, I feasted at the newly laden CPD table, gorging on a seemingly far higher serving of webinars, conferences and group discussions than I’d typically attend in a ‘normal’ year. This meant a deeper and accelerated…Continue Reading Shared Experience, Different Perspectives: 10 things about #ALTc21

Special guests join 2021 LEaD Writing Group sessions

There are two further LEaD Writing Group sessions this term, and we are delighted to be joined by guests speakers for both of them. For tomorrow’s session, we will be joined by City President Professor Anthony Finkelstein and Interim Vice-President (Education) Professor Susannah Quinsee for a panel discussion centred around blogging and leadership. For the…Continue Reading Special guests join 2021 LEaD Writing Group sessions

The student voice on Active Blended Learning – an ELESIG Webinar on March 11th 2021

a winter scene of red berries on bare branches

Dear colleagues,  I wish to alert the Learning @ City readership that ELESIG is back in action from March 2021 and we are launching with a new webinar series for 2021. Our first event of 2021 is booking up fast ( and please keep trying if it says full –  as we are expanding the capacity!)….Continue Reading The student voice on Active Blended Learning – an ELESIG Webinar on March 11th 2021

How to get more out of Moodle – Bring Your Own Lunch Webinar September 2017

A guest post by Snigdha Nag, Senior Lecturer at the City Law School based on the Bring Your Own Lunch (#BYOL) Webinar in September 2017, organised by LEaD. If like to present the next one in November or write a blog post for us, then contact us. The Slides are below, for more detail, please…Continue Reading How to get more out of Moodle – Bring Your Own Lunch Webinar September 2017

High Impact Webinars using Adobe Connect – Bring Your Own Lunch July 2017

The second Bring your Own Lunch Webinar took place on 19th July, with Professor Clive Holtham and Dr Martin Rich, discussing how to run high impact webinars using Adobe Connect, which you could say, is very meta, a webinar about webinars! Watch the webinar [approximately 60 mins]  or take a look at the slides bellow…Continue Reading High Impact Webinars using Adobe Connect – Bring Your Own Lunch July 2017

Leading by Example: Careers Consultants at City, University of London

The Careers Consultants team in City’s Careers, Student Development and Outreach service (CSDO) have worked closely with colleagues in the Educational Technology Team to review, redesign and enhance their interactions with students through the use of digital media such as screencasts and webinars. CSDO work with current students and recent graduates to develop our students’…Continue Reading Leading by Example: Careers Consultants at City, University of London

ELI 2014 Online Focus Session: Re-Imagining Learning Spaces – Drafting Master Plans and Designing Teaching Spaces

University of Minnesota Flexible Classroom Design

EDUCASE Learning Initiative (ELI) hosted a two day series of webinars around Learning Spaces: Re-imagining the Learning Space: Design, Technology and Assessment last month. This article looks at two webinar sessions from the event. Loyola Marymount University, a private US university located in Los Angeles, California presented about their goal is to draft a University…Continue Reading ELI 2014 Online Focus Session: Re-Imagining Learning Spaces – Drafting Master Plans and Designing Teaching Spaces

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…Continue Reading Video in Education SIG – our first webinar – November 2013