Supporting innovation in teaching, learning and learner development at Roehampton

eLearningMeet: Using animations in eLearning materials


Paul shared his experience of using animations to support learning and teaching in higher education. The idea is that animations on Moodle pages and pedagogic web sites provide an engaging and immersive experience for students that can be used in a number of different ways. Paul found […]

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eLearningMeet: Developing creative practitioners through an e-portfolio


Alison shared her experience of teaching the ‘Developing Creative Learners’ module for the first time. The idea behind the module is to create a context of informed understanding through a blend of reflective processing of previous and current polices, and how they stand in the light of existing […]

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eLearningMeet: Using the ‘Explain Everything’ app


Mari Cruice from the School of Education gave a presentation on the ‘Explain Everything’ app.  She showed colleagues how she has used this app to: Run a ‘flipped’ lesson Summarise a module using the PechaKucha format Introduce an assignment brief. She then demonstrated the way in which some […]

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3rd UR eLearningMeet: What did you miss?

DevelopingCreativeLearners screen

eLearning Services held its third eLearningMeet on June 16th 2016. Seven Roehampton academics along with two eLearning Advisers and two invited Rose Bruford College academics signed up to present for 7-10 minutes on their use of technology to aid teaching and learning. This post lists the eight […]

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Storyline: a great eLearning tool to engage your students


Would you be interested in a developing a self-paced method for students to revise difficult topics? Are you struggling with low lecture attendance, or are you thinking about the implementation of lecture capture and would like to try an alternative approach? Storyline can help! It’s a programme […]

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Spring 2016 ALT Symposium: Learning Technology in Further and Higher Education

I attended the Association of Learning Technology (ALT) symposium at the BIS Conference Centre in Westminster on May 16. The focus was on looking at the challenges that the education sector is facing, and how those challenges can be met with the help of learning technology, supported […]

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My first MoodleMoot! – London 2016


MoodleMoot London 24th-25th March 2016 – I was fortunate enough to attend my very first MoodleMoot in London at the end of March this year and had a fantastic time listening to many interesting presentations, learning about new plugins and changes, and meeting so many interesting people […]

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Tracking Student Progress and Engagement in Moodle: L&T conference presentation


You and your students may be aware that Moodle tracks every move that users make in the system. Don’t worry – this is not Big Brother! The logs capture technical details, which are important for the eLearning team so we can resolve your queries. What you may […]

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Moodle Users Association

Moodle Users Association

What is the Moodle Users Association?         The Moodle Users Association (MUA) is a not-for-profit association and separate to Moodle HQ (Moodle Pty Ltd).   Members of the association pay a membership fee to join and are given voting rights according to their membership level.  […]

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MoodleMoot 2016 – 24th March 2016

I recently attended the annual MoodleMoot conference that was held in London. For anyone who doesn’t know, MoodleMoot is an event hosted by Moodle HQ every year that brings together Moodle users. The Moots are held in various locations across the world and the March event was […]

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