Monthly Archives: February 2018

Save the Date: Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom and Audio Feedback

Are you teaching larger cohorts of students and just need some assistance in clawing back some time? Let us show you some pedagogically driven models for how you can do this. In this session we will discuss blended learning and flipped classroom using Brightspace. We will also discuss how to cut down on your marking… Read more »

Open access ebook entitled Assessment, Feedback and Technology: Contexts and Case Studies in Bloomsbury.

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Apologies for cross posting – but this is a fabulous resource… ==== Dear ALT Members,   In our experience, teaching staff often do not have much opportunity to find out what their peers are doing. Therefore, late last year, the BLE published a freely available, open access ebook entitled Assessment, Feedback and Technology: Contexts and Case Studies in… Read more »

Lansdowne Campus CEL Theme Leader Drop In Session

These sessions are tailored to YOU! Come along with your question, problem or concern and we’ll help you solve them! Technology Enhanced Learning (Dr Ann Luce) We all need a little help from time-to-time when it comes to using technology in the classroom. These drop in sessions are available to support colleagues with your technology… Read more »

NEXT WEEK: Flipped Learning, Flipped Pancakes!

Celebrate Shove Tuesday (Pancake Day) by learning about Flipped Learning Come have FREE pancakes and interact with our fabulous new touch screen in the Staff Centre and learn about flipped learning. Professor Michael Wilmore, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Media and Communication, will help to launch our ‘Flipped learning’ event with a talk about his recent research… Read more »

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Blended Learning, Flipped Classroom and Audio Feedback Are you teaching larger cohorts of students and just need some assistance in clawing back some time? Let us show you some pedagogically driven models for how you can do this. In this session we will discuss blended learning and flipped classroom using Brightspace. We will also discuss… Read more »

Canva: are you using it yet??

Dr. Andrew Callaway, Senior Lecturer in Sports Management in FOM, shares his third video in a series about how he uses the free tool, Canvaa with his students. Canvaa is a free graphic design tool, most helpful for posters, presentations, logos and business cards. Watch his video below. For more information, e-mail him at acallaway@bournemouth.ac.uk

‘HE Outreach: Developing Guidelines on Good Practice for Academics’ Call for Applications

‘HE Outreach: Developing Guidelines on Good Practice for Academics’ Call for Applications   Workshop Convener: Dr Matthew Johnson, Lecturer in Politics, Lancaster University, m.johnson@lancaster.ac.uk   Overview: A number of recent trends, notably the rise of £9,000+ fees, has brought into sharper focus the civic duties of HE institutions to engage in Outreach. While there is debate about the… Read more »

Save the Date: iVLE Workshop (PREP Activity)

This year’s PREP activity across all Faculties is called iVLE. It is an opportunity for you to share best practice on your use of the VLE: MyBU or Brightspace and how this contributes to the student experience. The areas of education practice that comprise iVLE include but are not limited to: Content of units, ie learning… Read more »

Congratulations to Prof Julian McDougall: book series & call for proposals

From:   Julian McDougall <jmcdougall@BOURNEMOUTH.AC.UK> Subject: Research in Media Literacy and Education: New Routledge book series & call for proposals Announcing a new book series… Routledge Research in Media Literacy and Education. Series Editors: Pete Bennett and Julian McDougall Media literacy is now established by Unesco as a human right, and the field of media literacy… Read more »

A HEPI summary ‘what affects how much students learn?’

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With thanks to our Sarah Carter, OVC for sharing A HEPI policy note What affects how much students learn? was released today. The note reports the statistical analysis of the HEPI Student Academic Experience Survey (2017) question on self-reported learning gain. The analysis combined influencing variables to determine which aspects had the greatest effects for… Read more »