A compilation of our Advent teaching and learning tips, in case you missed them. Continue Reading Happy New Year!
A wiki is simply a website on which users can easily create and edit web pages and edit the content (text, images, hyperlinks etc.) on those pages. They are good for group and project work where students are asked to work together to plan, develop or present their work. Continue Reading Wikis
A blog is a website which usually takes the form of a series of posts arranged in reverse-chronologocal order, i.e. the most recent post appears at the top of the page. Students writing their own blogs, commenting on other people’s blogs, and consulting blogs written by experts in their field are common learning activities in Higher Education today. Continue Reading Blogs
It might be a good way to promote active and informal learning and to help learners make connections between academic work and the sector they wish to work in after… Continue Reading Use Twitter in the courses you teach?
I’ve been meaning to write an article about the benefits of Social Media in learning for a long time… Continue Reading How Slideshare spoiled my post on Social Media
A wiki is a website where users can easily add, edit and delete content without specialist software or technical knowledge. Users can create new wiki pages and link them to others, and they can edit existing pages, including those created by other learners. Continue Reading Finding out more about wikis in education