Find out about MELSIG and some of what we are thinking about for the next year. … More About MELSIG
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
On Tues 19th December 2017 we conducted the #minitwalk in the afternoon joined by colleagues attending the Social Media for Learning in Higher Education Conference as well as small groups from the University of East London and Edge Hill University.The #minitwalk contributed to our understanding of the #Twalk (Walking, Talking, Tweeting, Thinking) method. (see the Storify) Again we … More Update on the mini-twalk and the Twalk Toolkit!
Please note that the organisation of this site is being changed and you may encounter problems using it in early January 2018 as these changes are made.
It was suggested during one of the sessions at #melsigntu that MELSIG could set up an Internet Radio station. That or a podcast. We used to have a podcast channel hosted on Podcastomatic but, like our journal (JMEL), it takes a special effort to find extra time to make these things happen. If you are … More MELSIG Internet Radio
The Digital Narratives focus worked out well for MELSIG on our visit to Nottingham Trent University last week. Thanks again to Elaine Swift, Charlie Davis and everyone there who hosted the event perfectly. Would all presenters make sure either I or Charlie have a copy of presentations, handouts or links to materials you used. And … More Digital Narratives success
There is a lot of demand for places at January’s event at Nottingham Trent University. If you have registered and find you can’t come please let us know so we can invite people from the growing wait list.
Rebecca Sellers (Leeds Beckett University) and Neil Withnell (University of Salford) have volunteered to lead an experiment at our next MELSIG event at Nottingham Trent University on 8 January 2016. Their challenge will be to push the boundaries of Storify to construct personal learning narratives from the day. Rebecca will be with us in Nottingham … More Telling Different Stories – experiment at #melsigntu
In the lead up to our event on 8th January we are running a crowdsourcing activity on Digital Narratives. We are building a set of ‘recipes’ on approaches people have taken to incorporating ‘the narrative’ in digital pedagogies. Already there are examples on digital reflection, digital storytelling and story jumping. We could have millions of … More Crowdsourcing Digital Narratives #MELSIGrecipes