Initial Qualitative Feedback about VR diabetes trialed with 2nd Year Nursing Students at BU: It was trialed in comparison to a paper case study version. There were many positive comments and also some comments that will help educators plan how to use VR with large cohorts in their teaching sessions. Positive Comments: “It gives a… Read more » about What did 2nd Year Nurses Think about the VR Diabetes Simulator?
Video is becoming an increasingly important part of teaching and learning practice, as well as in documenting research projects, especially for those who would like to demonstrate impact. Camtasia Studio 8 is a great video editing tool within the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Toolkit supported by the Centre for Excellence in Learning (CEL) at Bournemouth… Read more » about Making Videos with Camtasia Studio 8
A lot has been happening this month in the world of CEL and V4L. It’s still full steam ahead with the Brightspace implementation and the TELID team is hard at work supporting the implementation process as well as settling into the new team structure and roles. To read further details of the March highlights, please… Read more » about Brightspace & TELID Update March 2018
This Friday evening Liz Falconer and myself joined in with a virtual reality chat using the Engage platform (it is freely downloadable using Steam, though not available on Mac at present). We were able to listen to an expert panel (one being the Vive-president of HTC vive) and join an audience of people from… Read more » about Using Virtual Worlds for Meetings and Discussions
Do you want to develop your confidence in technology enhanced learning? Been wanting to add a little bit of something extra to your classes? Just need some space to learn a new skill or have time to reflect and think? If so, we have just the solution for YOU! Next month sees the start of the PG… Read more » about Technology Enhanced Learning Classes start Oct. 25th!
Hi Everyone! I just wanted to introduce myself as your new theme leader for Technology Enhanced Learning. My name is Ann Luce, and I’m a Principal Academic from the School of Journalism, English and Communication in the Faculty of Media and Communication. I’ve been teaching in higher education for over a decade now, and before… Read more » about Meet your new TEL Theme Leader: Dr. Ann Luce
Professor Debbie Holley, Head of CEL and Jane Forster, Policy Advisor to the Vice-Chancellor will be hosting HE Policy Briefings throughout the 2017-18 academic year, with dates already confirmed for November and December 2017. Monthly sessions will update staff interested in the rapidly changing UK HE landscape with the latest policy developments and share details… Read more » about TEF and subject level TEF Policy
Colleagues, delighted to report that our abstract for the prestigious Association of Learning Technologists has been accepted – there has been significant interest in the BU work in this area, led by David Biggins, previously a CEL theme leader and now one of our Academic Learning Advisors working on Brightspace, our new VLE ==== Developing… Read more » about Developing Staff Further: The additional benefits of a TEL Toolkit
As some of you know, CEL staff run writing bootcamps for PGR students interested in applying for Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy through TeachBU. This is part of CEL’s training provision for PhD students who engage in teaching during their doctoral studies, following up from the Introduction to Education Practice course. We run… Read more » about Lecture streaming using Panopto: three tips for your sessions
Sonya Harvey, a digital innovator and Student Development Award Co-ordinator, has created an excellent presentation to introduce the TEL Toolkit. Click here to view the presentation. In addition to being a structured and comprehensive introduction to the TEL Toolkit, the presentation is also a very good example of how Prezi can be used to create… Read more » about An introduction to the TEL Toolkit using Prezi