JISC Feedback & Assessment Webinar

Unfotunately I wasn’t sent the URL for this webinar and struggled to get hold of it until 30 minutes into the session (note to self: prepare for this when running own webinars), but joined at the point that everyone was having a practical go with Peerwise. Peerwise is free software, which seems pretty intuitive: Students use […]

Webinar: JISC: Open Mentor Technology Transfer Project

The project involved The Open University, King’s College London, and University of Southampton Rowntree in 1987 noted that assessment drives learning. How can we get to know our students, give better feedback & support student learning. E-assessment gives us a better idea of what students don’t know & what we/they can do better. Had groups […]

#JISCDigLit Storify

[View the story “#JiscDigLit” on Storify] #JiscDigLit Knowledge Exchange Day for JISC Digital Literacies Programme Storified by Dr Bex Lewis · Wed, May 16 2012 05:32:42 This is the formal page for the project Developing digital literacies : JISCOverview Many learners enter further and higher education lacking the skills needed to apply digital technologies to […]

iMovie

Finally, necessity has forced me to get to grips with iMovie, and this video gave me enough tips to get going on the editing… I’m currently trying to export the video, so let’s see if it becomes viewable…