Our #MELSIG_SHU event is happening all day 21st June. There are several ways you can join us through the day as we address the theme Enhancing Practice with Digital and Social Media and build three toolkits together using our Toolkit in a Day methodology. We will have 100+ people with us in Sheffield following this programme. … More Join us online for #MELSIG_SHU 21 June 2018
You know we’re building three toolkits? Social Media 4 Learning Flipped Active Blended learning Podcasting for Pedagogic Purposes We want you to share a video tip on how you are developing, using or supporting any of those ideas. You can access Flipgrid via your desktop with a webcam, but we encourage you to install the … More Tip Collecting on Flipgrid
The Podcasting for Pedagogic Purposes focus provides us with an opportunity to revisit MELSIG’s roots and the widespread interest of innovators in the role of the recorded voice to supported learning, teaching and assessment. In this strand, we will take a broad view of the idea of podcasting and identify ways in which the ‘digital … More Introducing Podcasting for Pedagogic Purposes
MELSIG is known for its events, which I hope will continue for many years to come, however the co-development of toolkits is something that the extended community do with relative ease. The Voice of Innovators section in the Audio Feedback Toolkit features 3 minute long audio contributions submitted in response to a call issued to … More Toolkits – a place for MELSIG co-production
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!