Technology Supported Learning – MaST Programme Embedding Technology
Mark Wilcock (Learning Technology Development Officer) has, over the last few years, been working with the Faculty of Education’s MaST Team, providing support and guidance with the introduction of a number of key technologies including: iSpring (a rapid learning authoring toolkit for developing professional e-learning courses in Powerpoint. Blackboard Collaborate (browser-based web conferencing solution). Panopto […]
Technology Supported Learning – Making Use of BoB!
In this case study you will hear how BoB (Box of Broadcasts) National is enhancing teaching and module content. BoB National is a media rich online archive service that allows you to record and watch TV programmes from any internet enabled device including a Smart TV, PC, and mobile device. The services is widely available […]
ALT-C Conference 2015: Some things to consider
ALT-C is the main annual conference for the Association for Learning Technology. It is a great environment in which to see what others are doing, and to think about some of the big ideas that affect education. In this post I’ll share some of the messages from the conference that I personally would like to […]
Future Gazing: Exploring Tomorrow’s Technologies Today
I’ve been working at Edge Hill for 10 years and in that time we’ve seen major developments in the use of technology in Higher Education. For example mobile technologies have become mainstream, and online services have developed massively. Remember that YouTube only started in 2005, and Twitter in 2006, but they are widely used by […]