Harness Student Devices? #BYOD

Listened to this talk live – interesting to see it in the THE: Students have so many devices: sector must be smart and tap them, says expert. Chris Parr writes Harnessing the power of the technology that students already have in their pockets could revolutionise the way universities teach – but more research into how best to do so is needed first, a technology expert has said. Richard Noss, director of the UK’s Technology Enhanced Continue Reading →

Day 2 #ALTC2012 Storify

[View the story “#ALTC2012 Day 2” on Storify] #ALTC2012 Day 2 Tweets from @digitalfprint from Day 2 of the conference. Storified by Dr Bex Lewis · Wed, Sep 12 2012 10:11:33 "@drawnalism: <Reading> The words of @digitalfprint who understands the power of images" :-)Digital Fingerprint HomeFeedback and Assessment for Students with Technology questions for #fastechUK http://pic.twitter.com/TvoWkhNT — Dr Bex Lewis (@drbexl) #altc2012Digital Fingerprint Here here! RT @WarwickLanguage: lets see some lurve folks, we all make Continue Reading →

Seeking to improve NSS Scores in Assessment and Feedback utilising Technological Solutions #ALTC2012

Seeking to improve NSS Scores in Assessment and Feedback utilising Technological Solutions #ALTC2012 Digital Fingerprint Digiexplorer (not guru), Senior Lecturer in Digital Marketing @MMUBS. Interested in digital Literacy in the third sector. Author of ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age’, regularly checks hashtag #DigitalParenting. https://twitter.com/digitalfprint Like it? Share it…

#ALTC2012: Storify: Day 1

[View the story “#ALTC2012 Day 1” on Storify] #ALTC2012 Day 1 A few thoughts from the first full day of the Association for Learning Technology annual conference, mostly my own Tweets/RTs Storified by Dr Bex Lewis · Tue, Sep 11 2012 12:29:13 ALT-C 2012 – a confrontation with reality | Association for Learning TechnologyThe time, effort and money that learners invest in their education need to be matched by commensurate learning experiences, improved use … Continue Reading →

Abstract for #ALTC2012: Seeking to improve NSS Scores in Assessment and Feedback utilising Technological Solutions

This paper is in the submission process, so we don’t know if it’s been accepted yet.  Key Theme: Openness and Sharing Type of Paper: Short paper (12 mins + 8 for questions) Intended Audience: Conference delegates working, or intending to work, in cross-institutional projects, and also those with an interest in the contribution that technology can make to assessment and feedback are likely to be interested. Intended Outcomes: Conference delegates will gain an insight into Continue Reading →

#ALTC2011 Comes to a Close

Final Keynote: John Naughton Many of the most important technological developments in computing and networking have come as surprises – pleasant and/or unpleasant – to professional communities and commercial organisations, including those which are supposed to know what the future holds. How does this happen? Why are we so bad at anticipating the technological future? And what would we need to do to improve? John Naughton #altc2011 (mp3) Naughton read from a script, with no Continue Reading →