BYOD4Learning course

Announcing a free new short course from MELSIG

Dear colleague,

We hope you had a wonderful break and the New Year started well for you.

We would like to bring the following to your attention:

The Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group is offering the

‘Bring Your Own Device for Learning’ course (or short BYOD4L)

27-31 January 2013

A bite-size open course over 5 days for students and teachers in HE who would like to learn with us how we can utilise our digital devices for learning.

Together we will explore the following topics

  • connecting

  • communicating

  • curating

  • collaborating

  • creating

Using an inquiry-based approach that will enable us to learn with others and/or on our own. You are very welcome to join one or all the above topics and work towards an open badge or two 😉 There will be six open badges available in total. One for each topic and a super-badge if you successfully complete the whole course.

If you would like to find out more about #BYOD4L and join, please have a look at

http://byod4learning.wordpress.com Feel free to follow @melsiguk on Twitter to keep up-to-date with all course announcements. The course hashtag is #BYOD4L.

Please note, this is a registration-free course. We would however like to invite you to consider completing the initial survey if you decide to participate in the course. This can be found at http://byod4learning.wordpress.com/surveys/initial-survey/ Thank you in advance for completing this.

Please extend this invite to others who might want to join this course. Thank you very much.

Best wishes for a healthy and creative New Year!

See you soon.

Chrissi Nerantzi (@chrissnerantzi) & Sue Beckingham (@suebecks)

for MELSIG, http://melsig.shu.ac.uk/melsig/


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