Last Thursday about 100 people worked together to produce three new MELSIG toolkits at the #melsig_shu Enhancing Practice with Digital and Social Media event. Where did we get to? Our video team is topping and tailing a huge quantity of video from the three toolkit strands – this is made up of scenes of the day, … More Toolkit in a Day – did we do it?
The third toolkit being developed in this week’s MELSIG Toolkit in a Day event will focus on Social Media for Learning. (See introductions to FAB and PPP) In considering social media for learning, we will take a broad view that encompasses the formal and informal experience of our students. Social media disrupts a traditional view … More Introducing social media for learning
Andrew Middleton & Graham McElearney This post introduces the FAB strand for our forthcoming Toolkit in a Day MELSIG event in Sheffield. Similar posts on the Podcasting for Pedagogic Purposes and the Social Media for Learning strands will follow. This toolkit will explore the role of digital media to support student-centred active learning. It is … More Introducing Digital Media for Flipped Active & Blended Learning
You may be aware that the MELSIG community is crowdsourcing toolkits to support academic innovation. On the 21st of June we are running the next MELSIG event in Sheffield using Toolkit in a Day methodology. One of the secrets to that is to encourage people to submit useful materials beforehand. This call goes out to the … More Voices of Innovators
Participants at the MELSIG event later this month in Sheffield are building three online toolkits to share and inspire good innovative teaching practice with digital and social media. Have you experience and knowledge to share? These open toolkits will focus on: Podcasting for Pedagogic Purposes Social Media for Learning Flipped Active & Blended learning (FAB) … More Call for Examples of Good Practice
The Audio Feedback Toolkit is ready! But the call for innovators remains open. Please continue to send 3 minute long recordings describing how you use audio feedback including three tips so that others can follow your lead. This has to be the best part of the toolkit – thank you to all of you who submitted a 3 minute … More Audio Feedback – Voices of Innovators
We are currently constructing the Audio Feedback Toolkit Do you use or support the use of audio feedback (including screencast and video feedback)? We are asking all practitioners to create an audio file lasting less than 3 minutes that explains, how you are using audio, video, screencast, or other forms of feedback that incorporate the recorded voice; why … More Audio Feedback Toolkit
We are currently constructing the Twalk Toolkit Discussion groups in the Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference (#SocMedHE17) contributed to our understanding of the #twalk method and the outcomes of this will be added to our Twalk toolkit. In the meantime, you can contribute your own ideas through the Google Docs we used. … More Building the Twalk Toolkit
You may find this YouTube clip titled “Increasing student engagement using podcasts – Case study” useful. It is produced by COFAonline at the University of New South Wales and features an interview with Dr Ray Randall from the University of Leicester.
The BUFVC have announced the publication of their Audio Visual Citations Guide (2013) http://bufvc.ac.uk/projects-research/sharedservices/avcitation/guidelines