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Archive for the Good Practice Category

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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3rd UR eLearningMeet: What did you miss?

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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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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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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Research and Innovation in Distance Education conference

The tenth annual Research and Innovation in Distance Education conference was held at Senate House on 11 March 2016. Although the event is focused on distance education, the discussions and workshops are interesting for any type of education that uses eLearning, whether it is fully online distance […]

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Too many Emails? How to Do as Much with Less

Time Saving Tips At times you may think it necessary to actually increase the traffic flowing into your inbox, by asking/inviting a group of students to individually email you. But, I hope to prove you wrong and save you from the time-consuming tedium, of having to look out for and […]

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eLearning Meet: Using the Audience Response Systems

The Audience response systems aka clickers aka the ‘who wants to be a millionaire thingies’ have been in use at Roehampton for several years now. They are used quite significantly in the Department of Life Sciences and a few other departments across the University. Feedback from staff […]

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eLearning Meet: Moodle Completion Tracking and Conditional Activities

Due to time constraints I was not unable to present at the eLearningMeet event on 29th June. However, I intended to talk about Moodle Completion Tracking and Conditional Activities. Completion Tracking You may have seen check (tick) boxes appear against your resources and activities on your Moodle site. Those […]

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UR 2nd ‘eLearningMeet’: What did you miss?

eLearning Services held its second eLearningMeet in the morning of June 29th 2015. Four Roehampton academics along with four eLearning Advisers signed up to present for 7 minutes on their use of technology to aid teaching and learning. This post provides an overview of these presentations and […]

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