Tweet We would love to know how Staff at UCS have been using their Tablet (iPad or Android) to enhance their teaching, learning, assessment and/or administration. This will help inform all staff at UCS about the potential of Tablets as a learning technology. To help us gather these stories we have released a short survey [...]
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These are a collection of practitioner stories around how people have been applying innovative technologies to enhance their teaching and the student learning experience.
How have you been using your Tablet (ipad or android) in teaching, learning, assessment and/or administration?
Tweet The video (4 mins) is part of our In Discussion with Series. Which aims to share practice in how lecturers have been using appropriate technologies to enhance their teaching, assessment and the student learning experience. This discussion is with Jean Mullin (Lecturer in the School of Nursing and Midwifery) around how she has been [...]
Tweet The video (5 mins) is part of our In Discussion with Series. Which aims to share practice in how lecturers have been using appropriate technologies to enhance their teaching, assessment and the student learning experience. This discussion is with Stuart Barton (Lecturer in the School of Applied Science), around how he has been using [...]
Tweet Are you a lecturer at University Campus Suffolk and would you like to win a £50 voucher (iTunes, Amazon)? The Elevate Team are collecting stories from lecturers at UCS on how they have been using technology to enhance their teaching, learning and assessment. The linked form will allow us to collect your stories. We’ll [...]
Tweet Did you know you we have desktop conference software so you can present virtually to groups or invite others into your teaching session? I think there offer significant learning opportunities from bringing external voices into the classroom. Imagine the benefits to your students of inviting an external expert into your teaching session to answer [...]
Tweet The following describes a pilot I ran of the Peer Assessment tool in LearnUCS on a lecture I provided for a Communication and Study Skills Module in School of Science, Technology & Health. This was a single lecture, which included a formative assessment task. The task involved three short answer questions. In the past [...]
Tweet Flipping the classroom is a new term for a well established educational process. The idea is to make time within face to face teaching to focus on developing the higher order skills of analysis and synthesis, as opposed to using this face to face teaching to deliver the lower order skills of knowledge and [...]
Tweet An addition to the more substantial report already posted (bit.ly/HNZH0i) about marking student work using the iPad, iAnnotate and Dropbox combo’… Having now marked different assessments using these tools, I have to say I’m 100% supportive of developing the use of this method of assessment. Yes there are going to be a few teething [...]
Tweet The Elevate Team are continuing to explore the use of augmented reality posters using the aurasma application. The latest in the series is a poster to support a 45 minute paper I am presenting at the RSC JISC Eastern e-assessment showcase event on the 30th March. The poster contains two videos, discussing different aspects [...]
Tweet Kimberley Birch, a Level 5 student studying BA Business Management added value to her poster assignment through the inclusion of QR Codes which linked to supporting information on a blog. She included a QR Code in each sub-section of the poster, and used a wordpress blog to host the additional information. This approach ensured [...]