This week I visited Goldsmiths University of London to share some of Bournemouth University’s best practice in problem-based learning. It focused on action-based research and relied heavily on co-creation. Students were introduced to a form of scenario planning which utilises expert opinion to create plausible scenarios. The students were taking the MA in Event and… Read more »
Monthly Archives: December 2018
Come and see and interact with the CEL touchscreen in the staff zone! Solve and view video puzzles, work through slide shows and play games.
During December come to the staff zone on Talbot Campus to interact with the CEL Touchscreen, for useful tips and guides for Brightspace, the Assessment and feedback toolkit, and more via video puzzles and interactive slide shows. The content will change though each of the weeks leading up to Christmas, so come and have a… Read more »
Manne Garon-Buffery, Placement Coordinator to Level 5 Design & Engineering students, shares her experience of using Lego for the first time. CEL has boxes of Lego for short term loan for teaching and training, please contact Curie Scott Level 5 Design & Engineering includes four cohorts totalling 190 students studying Product Design, Industrial Design, Design… Read more »
As part of the Service Excellence conference December 2018, the Innovation and Technology team would like to know what new or emerging technologies you are excited about using for teaching, learning and student engagement. Please put your suggestions and ideas in the comments section below.
Professor Debbie Holley addresses an international audience at the World Education Conference (hosted by London International Education Conference) in Cambridge this week. Invited to keynote, her talk covers the possibilities and affordances offered by global collaborations. Drawing on the extensive knowledge of working with the ‘digital’ to engage staff, student and communities, Debbie covers the… Read more »
Futurist Bernard Marr is predicting more hype around AI in 2019 as businesses and society increasingly realise its benefits and look to adopt it. AI will become more pervasive as it becomes a more trusted technology and will initially create more jobs than it replaces. Read the full article here.
===== Dear Colleagues, I’m thrilled to say that volume 12:2 of the Journal of Information Literacy has been published and is free to read and download at https://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/JIL/. This issue includes peer-reviewed articles on students’ funds of knowledge; how learners say they evaluate sources, and how they actually go about doing so; and the ‘seven voices’ of various… Read more »
UCISA 2018 Immersive Environments Conference Heidi Singleton, Elizabeth Falconer and Debbie Holley presented “Engage and Engage and Educate with Virtual Reality: sharing our experiences of Virtual Avebury and VR Deteriorating Patient” at the UCISA conference this week and the presentation sparked quite a bit of interest. https://ucisa.mediasite.com/mediasite/Play/713f32b50a5045a580119b2df9056f7e1d?catalog=f5dd3e61c6b54f2fb4bfa3cf2199894f21&playFrom=9199&autoStart=true We had the privilege of learning… Read more »
When we are open to experiment in new ways, marvellous things are possible. The Centre for Excellence in Learning and the Centre for Qualitative Research work closely on creative practices in Education, Research and Professional Practice. Read all about a previous Creative Writing for Academics workshop here: https://goo.gl/3fz2Yu …then get ready for the next one… Read more »