• Emerging Technologies

    On the 29th March the Learning Technology Development Team are offering their second staff information exchange session in this series: Coming of Age: Professionalising the Blog Do you have an image and message you need to get out to a wider audience? Are you a blogger or thinking about starting a professional blog that focuses […]

  • Emerging Technologies

    This week sees delivery of the first in a series of sessions on Emerging Technologies from the Learning Technology Development Team: QR Codes: Bridging paper and web? Have you seen code blocks similar to this appearing in magazines, on signs, buses, business cards, or on just about any object about which people might need information? Have […]

  • Students – last chance to win Amazon vouchers!

    We now have 740 responses to our third annual students e-learning survey and only need another 35 to match the number of responses we had last year…..so please take a few minutes to complete the survey if you’ve not already done so.  A grand prize of a £50 Amazon voucher and two runner up prizes […]

  • Students, time is running out! Have your say with the EHU students e-learning survey…

    We’re now in the last week of our third annual EHU students e-Learning Survey and would like to encourage any student who hasn’t already completed it to do so before it’s too late!  692 students have already responded (thank you!) and last year we had a total of 775 respondents so we would love it […]

  • Exam Revision and Inspiration® mind mapping software

    Exam Revision and Inspiration® mind mapping software Inspiration® software can be used as a tool for developing  memorable exam revision techniques and is fun to use.  The  software is accessible to all Edge Hill students from the desktop and is very easy to use.  Users create a picture of their ideas and concepts in the form of a […]

  • Meet Me in the Virtual Gardens

    The 3D Virtual World ‘Second Life‘ is the location for a small number of tutorials this year, as Edge Hill’s SOLSTICE Gardens opens it’s gates. Virtual Worlds’s like Second Life offer potentially immersive and flexible online meeting spaces. Where distance prevents face to face contact, Second Life is one of the alternatives that may be […]

  • Say Hi to Walter

    A project team has been working hard over the past 18 months to redesign and develop a new Learning Services web site. W-ALTER (Web Alter) as the project is fondly known, has also looked at intranet content, blogs and wikis. The results of the project will be released on Monday 21st September, with the launch […]

  • Creating a group of bloggers

    A group session was held yesterday, Friday 13th March (hope that isn’t a bad omen!) which brought together a group of volunteers from Learning Services, who were interested in, wanted to know more about, thought they should be, or already were – blogging. As the saying goes, one volunteer is worth a hundred pressed men […]

  • Learning Technology Blogs

    As part of getting this new Learning Services blog going, we’ve been asked to link to a couple of blogs in our professional area, that we use a lot. As an overview of the Learning Technology area, I’d always recommend subscribing to George Siemen’s eLearnspace blog. This is a very frequently updated record of most […]

  • code3

    How much does it cost to print in colour? Go to the 2nd floor and find the colour printer for the answer and the next code