Mobile Learn App – Emerging Cyclical Patterns of Use

In the last 12 months, the Mobile Learn app has been used by nearly 14,000 staff and students, and this timeframe includes the quiet(er) summer months of June – Sept. We’ll need to revisit the data again in September to capture a picture for the full 2012-13 year but already we can start to see cyclical patterns of use emerging throughout the academic calendar: see usage analytics data below in Figures 1 & 2.

Mobile Learn Total Logins Graphic

Figure 1. Mobile Learn Total Logins

Mobile Learn Logins by Day of the Week and by Hours of the Day graphic

Figure 2. Mobile Learn Logins by Day of the Week and by Hours of the Day

At a glance we can see the most active periods are:

  • Term time

Peaks of activity between Sept-1st and Dec 22nd, Jan 2nd and March 28th & April 8th to the present, are all punctuated with a drop-off in use as one term ends and the next begins.

  • The working week

Weekend use is regularly lower than that taking place between Monday and Friday, with the start of the week tending to be marginally more active.

  • The working day

From 7am to 10pm we can see how a rapid rise in use begins and then remains consistently high throughout the day; from the moment we wake and on into the evening the app is in regular use. (Interestingly the small peaks at likely break or travel times, 10 am, 12pm and 16 pm, are even more noticeable in some of the most active monthly charts, than they are in the yearly average graphic shown above).

The usage analytics data alone doesn’t tell us how the app is being used, but further data, gathered via our annual student eLearning survey and a supplementary mobile library services snapshot study, confirms that our EHU students are finding the app useful, primarily for accessing lecture notes, course notifications and grades. The striking spike at the start of January coincides with the release of results for first term assessments- suggesting students are using the app to check their results. I think there is certainly more work we can do next year to make sure all courses know they can use the Blackboard grade book to deliver grades and feedback that can be quickly and easily accessed by our expectant students via the app!

If you’d like help or advice on how to do more with your course to make use of the mobile learn app features contact your learning technologist, come to one of our staff development sessions and browse the Learning Edge: Blackboard Mobile Learn guides available on eShare.

Meg Juss, Learning Technology Development Manager

 

 

 

 

Meg Juss, Learning Technology Development Manager

Spotlight on the Learning Services Mobile Implementation Team

Blackboard Catalyst Award Winner LogoReaders of the Learning Services blog or the Edge Hill News will have perhaps already read about our exciting 2013 Blackboard Catalyst Award for Mobile Innovation, which celebrates the successful wide ranging activity taking place across the service (and in collaboration with other departments across the university,) to enhance the student experience of mobile technology.

As I’ve said before, this achievement is a collective one- so I thought it would be good to highlight some of the people involved with the mobile implementation project and the activity that has been recognised by the Blackboard community as exemplary:

Learning Services Mobile Implementation TeamLearning Services Mobile Implementation Team. L-R: Adrian Cain, Paul Appleton, Mark Wilcock, Martin Baxter, Meg Juss, John Langford, Lindsey Martin, Rachel Bury, Nina Unsworth, David Callaghan, Carol Chatten, Irfan Mulla, Pete Beaumont.

Adrian Cain, Learning Technology Development Officer
As an advocate of the Mobile Learn app and proactive technologist within the Faculty of Health and Social Care, Adrian has worked closely with Laura Taylor, the Faculty of Health and Social Care Senior Solstice Fellow, to showcase the Learn app to new students at inductions. Adrian has also worked with Meg to co-develop ‘The Students’ Ideal VLE’, a popular staff development workshop that draws on evidence from our internal surveys and NSS commentrary, which promotes the essential role of mobile in VLE developments. Adrian is now a leading member of the Learning Services App Review group who, in response to student feedback, are identifying and signposting other useful mobile apps for learning.

Paul Appleton, Communication and Design Officer
A professional graphic designer, Pauls’ handiwork can be seen in the numerous print and online marketing materials used to introduce students and staff to the growing portfolio of mobile solutions. Paul has also created a series of illuminating infographics to clearly present findings from our annual Student eLearning Survey and continues to design visual resources to help us convey our mobile story. (We’ll be publishing more about the 2012-13 survey and infographics in a future blog post).

Mark Wilcock, Learning Technology Development Officer
Working closely with staff in the Faculty of Education and Faculty of Health and Social Care, Mark has provided support for teams wanting to explore and improve their course design and embrace mobile-friendly practices though the production of quick-guides and delivery of bespoke staff development sessions. Mark is currently working extensively on assignment submission projects and will play a key role in supporting mobile grading functionality when it becomes available for both Blackboard and Turnitin.

Martin Baxter, Learning Technology Development Officer
Delivering staff development sessions for academic, support and administrative staff on the use of QR codes and smart phones, Martin has helped introduce new ideas to colleagues wanting to explore what mobile technology has to offer. Martin is currently investigating methods and tools to support bespoke eBook content creation, with a view to building even more mobile-friendly content options into our course designs.

Megan Juss, Learning Technology Development Manager
Responsible for the delivery and effectiveness of our mobile initiatives  I manage the numerous strands of our strategy (communication, marketing, staff development, student support as well as progress evaluation and R&D) in order to make our mobile vision a reality. I am currently working with Learning Services colleagues to organise an internal conference on ‘Mobile Technology and Social Media’ to support the skills and confidence development of our service staff, as well as coordinating six exciting new projects to enhance mobile touchpoints with the service, and ultimately improve the EHU student experience (Social Media, Library Instruction, Mobile Communication & AskUs SMS, Library Resources, Apps Review & Signposting, Augmented Reality and EHU Central v2).

John Langford, Learning Technology Development Systems Officer
Coordinating installation, testing and updates to the mobile learn building block John makes sure we have the most up to date, feature rich app available. He has also worked extensively with Blackboard to resolve reported problems and continues to provide expert technical advice. With numerous app developments on the horizon, John will be closely involved with the implementation and delivery of improved functionality to the suite of EHU mobile tools.

Lindsey Martin, Assistant Head of Learning Services (Learning, ICT and Media Technologies)
Listening to what Edge Hill students have to say underpins the vision and direction that Lindsey offers to the team. Having instigated the annual Student eLearning Survey 5 years ago, Lindsey has worked hard to utilise the voice of our students to inform service developments – including supporting the original business case to invest in the Mobile Learn app. Exploring the most recent survey data, Lindsey is now examining the implications of the growing BYOD movement on our student support structures – to make sure we are in a position to respond to the growing numbers of students using their own devices on campus.

Rachel Bury, Academic Liaison Manager (Quality, Marketing and Communication) Rachel has been the driving force behind our communication campaign, using print, web and social media to really heighten awareness and ensure impact. As well as commissioning the production of professional marketing materials and collaborating with ITS colleagues to help market on-campus wifi solutions, Rachel continues to play a leading role in organising events like Fresher’s Fair during Welcome Week and the Pop-up Mobile Clinics.

Nina Unsworth, Learning Technology Development Operations Coordinator
Collating monthly usage stats and devising a simple dashboard to enable easy monitoring and dissemination of information to key stakeholders, Nina supports our analytics and evaluation activity. She also responds to user enquiries and provides level 2 troubleshooting assistance to LS Help Desk colleagues. Nina is currently working on a project to capture enquiry data in a format that allows us to analyse end user issues (including those related to the use of mobile technologies,) that will feed into future support activities.

David Callaghan, Learning Technology Development Officer
As a learning technology evangelist David has worked with colleagues in the Faculty of Education to showcase the learn app and promote the broader potential of mobile technology for teaching, learning and assessment. David has also provided support and staff development sessions for colleagues across the university looking to enhance their use of iPads, including Facilities Management colleagues wanting to gather user feedback, and senior managers wanting tips for using iPads in the workplace. David is now exploring the mobile capabilities of Campus pack to support student ePortfolio activity in the workplace

Carol Chatten, Learning Technology Development Officer
A resident mobile expert, Carol has played a leading role in many of our mobile developments, including: extensive work to support the design of mobile-friendly courses (particularly with the Clinical Education programme team and colleagues in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences), researching the role of the mobile learn app for enhanced online discussion, and delivering several innovative staff development workshops such as the ‘Mobile Field Trip’. Carol has also collaborated with Academic Liasion and Information Resources colleagues to develop our mobile Library facilities, including producing a catalogue of resources to support users downloading loanable eBooks to their mobile devices. Carol is now working in collaboration with Web Team colleagues to review and enhance the  EHU central app.

Irfan Mulla, Learning Technology Development Officer
In collaboration with colleagues in the Faculty of Education Inclusion programmes Irfan has supported the development of mobile-friendly and accessible course content, provided staff development sessions to help the team develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to embed mobile learning into their course design and produced a comprehensive collection of bespoke guidance materials for Dyslexia and SENCo students. Irfan has also supported the introduction of web conferencing using Blackboard Collaborate online and via Collaborate app, and is currently exploring the latest app update that brings support for Android and Kindle fire devices as well as integrated conference call in functionality.

Peter Beaumont, Learning Technology Development Officer
Promoting the range of mobile technologies and support available from the LTD team, Pete has delivered numerous overview sessions for colleagues within the Faculty of Arts and Sciences as well as induction sessions for all new academic colleagues and international visitors. Pete has also facilitated staff development workshops to help colleagues produce content that is accessible to a wide range of students including those with SpLDs and those using mobile devices. He has also researched the potential of mobile devices to support classroom teaching, extending the work he does supporting the use of our Optivote and Turning Point clicker systems. Pete is now leading the Learning Services Augmented Reality working group who are exploring the potential of AR enhanced content.

Other university departments (not pictured) but who have also played a key role in Edge Hill’s successful and on-going mobile developments include:

IT Services colleagues, including Web Services (managed by Mike Nolan) and Core Services (managed by Neil Malcolm), who this year have delivered a new mobile website and numerous other new services targeted at mobile users, including the EHU Central app, enhanced mobile-friendly Library Catalogue, improved on-campus Wi-Fi and the impressive and popular computer availability app.

Learning Services Information Resources colleagues who in collaboration with IT Services have introduced enhanced mobile compatible library search facilities, such as Discover More and the mobile-friendly Library Catalogue.

Customer Services colleagues and Flexi IT rovers for their excellent on-going Help Desk support to mobile users- which also now includes mobile-friendly (search, live chat and SMS) support via the Ask Us knowledge base.

Academic Skills division colleagues who have staffed the regular Mobile Clinics and Open Days to help promote mobile facilities- including the vast array of mobile compatible eResources that are available to staff and students – such as the Ebrary Downloads.

Media and ICT division colleagues who have produced many of the excellent videos featured on the Edge Hill YouTube channel which appear in the EHU Central app, and who continue to contribute to on-campus classroom infrastructure reviews.

And… Faculty colleagues who are using the learning and teaching opportunities presented by the evolving mobile world to support and enhance the Edge Hill student experience!

Hopefully this brief summary of activity is enough to give you a flavour of the collective on-going efforts taking place to improve the mobile facilities and services here at Edge Hill. The pace of technological change isn’t likely to slow and I’m sure we’ll see another exciting 12 months of progress in 2013-14!

If you would like to learn more about our activites to support the uptake and application of mobile technologies please leave a comment or contact your learning technologist.

Meg Juss, Learning Technology Development Manager

 

 

 

 

Meg Juss, Learning Technology Development Manager

Are You Developing Exemplary Courses?

Every year we all have an opportunity to improve: experience, reflection and feedback help us to do things better and do better things. This year, building on the strong foundations that have been made, we want to help you exploit the capabilities of Learning Edge to deliver even more innovative, effective and flexible learning experiences for your students. Your Faculty Learning Technologists are here to work with individuals and teams and a full staff development programme will be available from September – details coming soon!

In the meantime, an invitation …

Blackboard Exemplary Course Cohort
Blackboard are offering you the opportunity to join a structured cohort programme aimed at helping you reflect on and enhance your course design. Running each Wednesday at 16.00pm for four weeks, a series of virtual webinars will help prepare you to develop quality online courses and evaluate current online courses. Using the Blackboard Exemplary Course Program Rubric as a guide, you will learn about course design best practices that can improve engagement, collaboration, assessment and learner support.

Cohort 1: Starts on Wednesday, September 12th, 16:00pm 26th, 19:00pm
and
Cohort 2: Starts on October 24th (TBC)

Joining one of these cohorts will be useful for anyone wanting to develop their practice and also to those intending to submit an entry this year to the 2013 Blackboard Catalyst Exemplary Course Awards. The Exemplary Course Award recognizes course creators whose courses demonstrate best practices in four major areas: Course Design, Interaction & Collaboration, Assessment and Learner Support. Take a look at the 2012 Blackboard Exemplary Course Program Winners here.

Visit Blackboard to Register for the Exemplary Course Cohort now!

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Learning Technology Development Manager

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UPDATE FROM BLACKBOARD: 21.08.12
“Because we had such a high level of interest from both the poll of reviewers and participants, we have expanded the course from a cohort to an open course. Our open course will be similar to the structure of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses).”

Designing An Exemplary Course

Course Description:
Learning environments are no longer limited to the classroom.  Creating effective online courses is crucial to teaching today’s active learners. This open course will provide both theoretical concepts and practical tools for instructors to recognize, organize, and build online courses for both blended learners and online learners. To maximize benefits of participation, optional homework assignments will be provided each week to apply the principles to build out one’s own course structure and materials. The course will provide a framework for participants to use the Exemplary Course Rubric to self-evaluate their course-building work and ask others in the course to provide peer reviews. Participants may work on these assignments individually or in teams. The course will provide a framework for forming collaborative teams if you are not already working with a team at your institution or in another type of peer group.

Course Objectives:

  • Identify the pillars of an exemplary course
  • Gain practical knowledge about incorporating specific pillars into one’s course
  • Apply the pillars to construct the basic framework for an online course
  • Provide opportunities for collaborative peer review of online course components and strategies

Audience:

This course will be geared toward faculty of K-12, higher education institutions, and continuing education institutions who teach blended learning or fully online learning.  We expect individuals with different levels of online course design experience, ranging from beginner to intermediate. Advanced course designers are welcome to attend as well as instructional designers. The course will be geared toward all instructors who want to understand the theories and practices behind an exemplary course. This course is open to both domestic and international instructors, but all of the course materials and activities will be in English.

Key Dates:

September 26: Course Design
October 3: Interaction and Collaboration
October 10: Assessment
October 17: Learner Support

Time: 2pm to 3pm (EST) If you are in a different time zone, please look here – Time Zone Converter

Webinars will take place in Collaborate.

Structure of Live Session:

Each session will be guided by an Exemplary Course Director. Participants will hear from previous course winners who will demo their courses. Each session will conclude with Q & A.

 

A New Look Learning Edge is Launched!

We did it in a record 24 hours!

Just a quick post, to let you know the upgrade to Learning Edge has been sucessful and you can now log in to see the changes we’ve been talking about for yourself.

Learning Edge HomepageWe hope you like it! Do please let us know what you think – leave a comment below or email ltdsupport@edgehill.ac.uk.

PS. As with any upgrade, glitches may happen, if you spot any please let us know asap so we can investigate and get them resolved for you.

Learning Edge is getting a Face Lift! Summer 2012 Upgrade

This year we heard staff and students saying how much they liked Learning Edge but if there was one thing they could change, it would be how it looks. Well, we are pleased to announce that Learning Edge will be getting a face lift this summer with an upgrade to Service Pack 8.

The work is planned to take place on Sunday 22nd July & Monday 23rd July, during which time the system will be unavailable.

Don’t worry if you’re thinking: *gulp* I’ve only just learnt what all the buttons and tools did in the current version! The tools are the same and they will work in the same way. It is just the interface itself that will change to look more modern and contemporary. Feedback about it has been really positive from Edge Hill colleagues who have taken an early look at it on our Test environment. They are saying that it looks much nicer and is easier to navigate.

So what will it look like?

Your ‘My Institution’ homepage will remain very familiar.

Screenshot My Institution Homepage

The Course/Module page will look cleaner and less cluttered.Inclusive_Services_Course_PageDiscussion Forums will be more streamlined and viewing the parent post within a reply will be much more obvious. Discussion_Screenshot

There are other benefits too!
The service pack will fix some minor problems in the current version, and add functionality to existing features. Some of the other improvements you can look forward to include:

A new and improved Visual Text Box Editor which has an option to work in full screen mode – and will allow you to copy and paste from Word documents into discussion, blog, journal posts and other HTML items without annoying formatting problems!

Text_Editor_ScreenshotA brand new course-to-course navigation feature which will help you easily switch from one course to another with a click. You’ll be able to jump to a recently visited course and retain your context (ie. move from the discussion board in one course to the discussion board in another).

Teaching staff will be able to personalize the look and feel of courses with pre-designed themes, to make them more attractive.Themes_Screenshot

Teaching staff and administrators will be able to run a wider range of activity reports about how courses and course materials are being used – which will be perfect for helping academic teams with their evaluation practices.

There will also be a number of improvements to the assessment tools. There will be a prominent progress indicator bar on tests, which will turn red when the test time is nearly up, and Instructors will be able to select whether to make a test “auto submit” when the time has elapsed or notify the student that they are now over time.

Timer_Green_ScreenshotTimer_Red_ScreenshotGuesswork on multiple choice questions won’t be a problem anymore as instructors can set negative points for wrong answers on tests. Also, if an instructor notices an error in a test ‘answer’ they will be able to edit the test, and Blackboard will automatically recalculate the score for all submissions (and future submissions) affected by the change.

These are just a few of the enhancments SP8 will bring. Full details on the changes can be found in the Service Pack 8 Release Notes.

If you would like to take a look at the changes before the upgrade, we have a test server with it installed already.  Contact ltdsupport@edgehill.ac.uk if you would like further information about this.

Finally, a note about the timing of the upgrade
In order to implement these enhancements, we do need to make the system unavailable for a short period during the summer break, on 22/23 of July. (Specific timings will be announced when testing has been completed and we know how quickly we can perform this work.)

Finding the right time to perform a system upgrade is difficult, particularly when so many staff and students make daily use of it. However, we trust you will understand how important it is to maintain and improve the system and hope that you will approve of the new more contemporary interface once the upgrade is complete!

We welcome thoughts about the planned enhancements. What do you think about the new look? Do you like it? Let us know what you think by commenting below…

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Learning Technology Development Manager

If you have any questions about this work you can speak to your Learning Technology Development contact or email ltdsupport@edgehill.ac.uk.

IMPORTANT Information for Blackboard CE8 Users

Staff and Student access to courses within Blackboard CE8 will end on 30th June 2012; 70 days from today. By this time all users will be working in courses within Blackboard version 9.1.

Staff are advised to ensure they have planned for the end of CE8.
Have you got copies of your content?  Have you created any access reports on your students’ engagement that you might need? If you still need to download/transfer content from CE8 course areas into Learning Edge Blackboard 9.1 you should do so as soon as possible.Learning Edge login page screenshot

Before June 30th
Access to CE8 courses is available to areas that have requested and been granted extended access.

The archive process for CE8 courses began in January 2012 and all areas (except those with permission for extended access) were made unavailable. If you didn’t request extended access but realise you now require access to an old CE8 course area, this can be accommodated – please email ltdsupport@edgehill.ac.uk providing full details of the course that needs to be restored.

Beyond June 30th
Access to CE8 courses will not be available after June 30th 2012.

This end date is unfortunately non-negotiable.

All CE8 courses will be archived in the summer. Archived courses will be removed from the system and stored in a non-public deep archive for a maximum of 1 year. Course data may be retrieved from the archive only in exceptional circumstances.

A countdown clock has been added to the systems status table on the Learning Edge login page to help you plan for the end of access to Blackboard CE8.

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Meg Juss
Learning Technology Development Divisional Coordinator

If you have any questions please speak to your Learning Technology Development contact or email ltdsupport@edgehill.ac.uk.

Staff Reminder: Learning Edge Drop In 16.04.12

Are you working on something new in Learning Edge? Do you want help or ideas?

Staff are invited to visit the LINC Development* room at lunch time on Monday to:

  • Learning Edge LogoExplore the potential of Learning Edge
  • Focus on enhancing current practice
  • Resolve any queries

These regular open door Drop In sessions have been organised to support staff building and working on courses and are the perfect opportunity to gain additional advice from a Learning Technologist.

No need to book! Please just drop into the LINC Development room and a member of the Learning Technology Development department will be on hand to help and advise.

Drop In Schedule this Term:
12.01.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Thursday, LINC Dev
23.01.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev
07.02.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Tuesday, LINC Dev
23.02.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Thursday, LINC Dev
05.03.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev
23.03.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Friday, LINC Dev
03.04.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Tuesday, LINC Dev
16.04.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev

*Please note: a change from the advertised location of these Drop In sessions printed in a Learning Services Staff Development leaflet. Staff may continue to visit the SOLSTICE Centre for  support with Learning Technology, but the LINC Development room has been booked to comfortably accommodate any number of staff during these open door Drop In periods.

Hope to see you there!
The Learning Technology Development Team.

Staff Reminder: Learning Edge Drop In 03.04.12

Are you working on something new in Learning Edge? Do you want help or ideas?

Staff are invited to visit the LINC Development* room at lunch time tomorrow to:

  • Learning Edge LogoExplore the potential of Learning Edge
  • Focus on enhancing current practice
  • Resolve any queries

These regular open door Drop In sessions have been organised to support staff building and working on courses and are the perfect opportunity to gain additional advice from a Learning Technologist.

No need to book! Please just drop into the LINC Development room and a member of the Learning Technology Development department will be on hand to help and advise.

Drop In Schedule this Term:
12.01.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Thursday, LINC Dev
23.01.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev
07.02.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Tuesday, LINC Dev
23.02.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Thursday, LINC Dev
05.03.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev
23.03.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Friday, LINC Dev
03.04.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Tuesday, LINC Dev
16.04.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev

*Please note: a change from the advertised location of these Drop In sessions printed in a Learning Services Staff Development leaflet. Staff may continue to visit the SOLSTICE Centre for  support with Learning Technology, but the LINC Development room has been booked to comfortably accommodate any number of staff during these open door Drop In periods.

Hope to see you there!
The Learning Technology Development Team.

Staff Reminder: Learning Edge Drop In 23.03.12

Are you working on something new in Learning Edge? Do you want help or ideas?

Staff are invited to visit the LINC Development* room at lunch time tomorrow to:

  • Learning Edge LogoExplore the potential of Learning Edge
  • Focus on enhancing current practice
  • Resolve any queries

These regular open door Drop In sessions have been organised to support staff building and working on courses and are the perfect opportunity to gain additional advice from a Learning Technologist.

No need to book! Please just drop into the LINC Development room and a member of the Learning Technology Development department will be on hand to help and advise.

Drop In Schedule this Term:
12.01.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Thursday, LINC Dev
23.01.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev
07.02.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Tuesday, LINC Dev
23.02.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Thursday, LINC Dev
05.03.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev
23.03.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Friday, LINC Dev
03.04.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Tuesday, LINC Dev
16.04.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev

*Please note: a change from the advertised location of these Drop In sessions printed in a Learning Services Staff Development leaflet. Staff may continue to visit the SOLSTICE Centre for  support with Learning Technology, but the LINC Development room has been booked to comfortably accommodate any number of staff during these open door Drop In periods.

Hope to see you there!
The Learning Technology Development Team.

Staff Reminder: Learning Edge Drop In 05.03.12

Are you working on something new in Learning Edge? Do you want help or ideas?

Staff are invited to visit the LINC Development* room at lunch time on Monday to:

  • Learning Edge LogoExplore the potential of Learning Edge
  • Focus on enhancing current practice
  • Resolve any queries

These regular open door Drop In sessions have been organised to support staff building and working on courses and are the perfect opportunity to gain additional advice from a Learning Technologist.

No need to book! Please just drop into the LINC Development room and a member of the Learning Technology Development department will be on hand to help and advise.

Drop In Schedule this Term:
12.01.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Thursday, LINC Dev
23.01.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev
07.02.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Tuesday, LINC Dev
23.02.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Thursday, LINC Dev
05.03.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev
23.03.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Friday, LINC Dev
03.04.12 – 12 pm – 13 pm, Tuesday, LINC Dev
16.04.12 – 13 pm – 14 pm, Monday, LINC Dev

*Please note: a change from the advertised location of these Drop In sessions printed in a Learning Services Staff Development leaflet. Staff may continue to visit the SOLSTICE Centre for  support with Learning Technology, but the LINC Development room has been booked to comfortably accommodate any number of staff during these open door Drop In periods.

Hope to see you there!
The Learning Technology Development Team.