Week 42 curation

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Published articles

  • Formal education of curriculum and instructional designers: article here

#LTHEchat 68:What motivates us to use digital tools for learning and teaching? — #LTHEchat

Simon is a “flipped academic” (Bruton 2012). He is Head of Digital Pedagogy at Leeds Beckett University, an academic post in the Centre for Learning & Teaching. He has led on a number of funded Learning & Teaching projects including a JISC/HEA funded Open Education project and a Leadership Foundation supported 1to1 tablet device implementation, […]

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#LTHEchat 68:What motivates us to use digital tools for learning and teaching? — #LTHEchat

Simon is a “flipped academic” (Bruton 2012). He is Head of Digital Pedagogy at Leeds Beckett University, an academic post in the Centre for Learning & Teaching. He has led on a number of funded Learning & Teaching projects including a JISC/HEA funded Open Education project and a Leadership Foundation supported 1to1 tablet device implementation, […]

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#LTHEchat 67:Using data and artificial intelligence to improve learning and teaching. — #LTHEchat

As you may be aware Jisc are running a sector wide consultation, #Codesign16, on six topics that we’d like to spark a sector discussion over the next few weeks to identify the most promising areas to explore. Two of these areas are the Intelligent Campus and How can we use data to improve learning and […]

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Lecture recording, copyright and IP: risky business or evolving open practice?

On lecture recordings and IP policies in a UK perspective

UK Copyright Literacy

In September we presented the interim findings from our lecture recording survey at the ALT-C conference, which was carried out earlier this year to investigate copyright and IP policies at higher education institutions. There was a lot of interest in reading the final report at the conference which we have been battling to finish ever since then, which involved grappling with Excel, the survey data and the policy analysis.

Thirty three institutions from a good range of Russell Group, post-92 and other universities responded to the survey. We followed up the survey with a policy analysis based on 11 documents collected from a sub-set of the respondents.

Our report is finally now available and we are grateful to Juliana Rios-Amaya who was a research assistant at LSE Learning Technology and Innovation over the summer and worked hard on the analysis and drafting of the report. Thanks to everyone who…

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#LTHEchat 67:Using data and artificial intelligence to improve learning and teaching. — #LTHEchat

As you may be aware Jisc are running a sector wide consultation, #Codesign16, on six topics that we’d like to spark a sector discussion over the next few weeks to identify the most promising areas to explore. Two of these areas are the Intelligent Campus and How can we use data to improve learning and […]

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#LTHEChat 65: Feedback and feed-forward: language and timing. With Phil Race @RacePhil — #LTHEchat

I’m supposed to be retired now, but haven’t quite made it yet. I’ve been around in higher education learning and teaching for a long time, and written a few books over the years. I remain passionate about the importance of feedback in helping learning to happen successfully, and believe that feedback needs to be a […]

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