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#ETConf18: Lecture Recording: A student co-creation case study⤴

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This is the full text of the paper that Karoline and I wrote for the QAA Enhancement Themes 2018 conference and presented on 7 June. Lecture Recording: A student co-creation case study Anne-Marie Scott, Karoline Nanfeldt. University of Edinburgh. Abstract The University of Edinburgh has … Continue reading #ETConf18: Lecture Recording: A student co-creation case study

Signs of the apocalypse and learner dashboards⤴

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A sunny Monday morning in Edinburgh (one of the signs of the apocalypse) comes with the good news that a proposal to run a half-day workshop at the European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning has been accepted. Student-facing Learning Analytics – Principles for Design and … Continue reading Signs of the apocalypse and learner dashboards

Research-led learning⤴

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As part of our multi-year lecture recording programme we are funding a special call within the Principal's Teaching Award Scheme for small research projects. It is important that we properly evaluate such a major change to what happens in our learning and teaching environments (physical … Continue reading Research-led learning

Sharing a few notes on #OER18⤴

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I have great intentions to blog all the best experiences I have, but usually end up finding myself massively over-stimulated and therefore barely coherent. In the interests of not forgetting (and reflecting that I *still* haven't finished any of my blog posts from LAK18), I'm … Continue reading Sharing a few notes on #OER18

Digital Education and WordPress: an historical romp for #pressedconf18⤴

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Today myself and Jen Ross took part in the PressEd Twitter conference, brilliantly organised by Pat Lockley and Natalie Lafferty. They had the genius idea of re-mixing the Public Archaeology Twitter conference format and with much heroic cajoling succeeded pulled in over 40 presentations from … Continue reading Digital Education and WordPress: an historical romp for #pressedconf18

WordPress LTI Testing: Part 2⤴

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Following on from WordPress LTI Testing: Part 1, the next steps I want to take are to understand better what's in the LTI output from Moodle before I start making changes to code (for the sake of simplicity at the moment I'm going to stick … Continue reading WordPress LTI Testing: Part 2

WordPress LTI Testing: Part 1⤴

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This describes some initial testing of connecting to WordPress from a Moodle VLE instance. Main scenario being tested is Use Case 3 from this post. WordPress LTI Testing: Part 2 - this is what I did after I did the things here. WordPress setup Vanilla … Continue reading WordPress LTI Testing: Part 1

Laying it all out in order to begin⤴

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WordPress, and linking it to a VLE as a blogging tool, using LTI. Please don't hit me with a barrage of comments about why I don't just use WordPress *instead* of a VLE (I'm looking at you in particular Lockley). There are reasons. About 4,500 … Continue reading Laying it all out in order to begin

Research SPLOTs?⤴

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https://twitter.com/projectsoothe/status/948644779352576000 On reading the above, it occurs to me that perhaps we should be rolling SPLOTs into our toolsets for research too. I can see how well the image, video and writing ones could fit with a number of citizen science / crowd sourced research … Continue reading Research SPLOTs?