Jisc Digital Media | Training Event
"Internet for Image Searching - would you like to learn how to use the Internet to find copyright cleared images for your work, quickly and efficiently? Use this free, interactive tutorial to improve your searching skills."
images  creative.commons  copyright  jisc  digital  media 
april 2014
Make your digital resources easier to discover | Jisc
'Make it easier for others to find and use your digital collection, enhancing its impact and reach.'
jisc  resources  OER 
april 2014
Three sources of free photos for everyone – Digital Practice - Nottingham Trent University
"... do you know whether your use of images is legal?  Most people aren’t sure, so here are three ways to find free images that are safe for you to use in your work."
images  creative.commons  copyright  resources 
april 2014
Copyright Guide -
'A practical guide on copyright and licensing issues aimed at staff, students and researchers at the University of Sussex'
copyright  images 
april 2014
Best practices for attribution - CC Wiki
"You can use CC-licensed materials as long as you follow the license conditions. One condition of all CC licenses is attribution. Here are some good (and not so good) examples of attribution."
attribution  images  creative  commons  copyright 
april 2014
morgueFile free photos
Images that can be downloaded and used in presentations etc. Check the info on each, but most of the Morguefile images do not need attribution.
images  copyright 
april 2014
An Annotated List of Flipped Class Tools and Resources – Turn to Your Neighbor: The Official Peer Instruction Blog
'We will keep a (clearly very incomplete) list of tools and resources we use and/or discover relative to flipped teaching here. Help us grow this list using the form at the bottom of the page. We try to emphasize free tools on this page.'
flipped  tools 
april 2014
The Design Studio / Digital Literacies as a Postgraduate Attribute project
'Digital Literacies as a Postgraduate Attribute' is a JISC-funded project supported by the Developing Digital Literacies Programme. The project is led by the Institute of Education (IOE), University of London.'
jisc  digital.literacy  postgrad  postgraduate 
april 2014
Jisc Digital Media | video-creation
"This resource is intended as a comprehensive guide to the production of videos.  It is aimed at both researchers and teachers and the various uses to which they might wish to put video.  It looks at equipment, the production process and delivery, and attempts to highlight common problems and pitfalls that a video maker may encounter.  Theory is only discussed insofar as it illustrates good practice in making videos.  Pedagogy is not addressed."
jisc  digital  media  video 
march 2014
Mobile learning - Jisc infoNet
'This infoKit is a practical guide to thinking through the issues relating to institutional adoption of mobile learning. It follows a JISC Mobile and Wireless Technologies Review which delves deeper into the theory behind mobile learning and the wider context. One of the biggest take-aways from that review is that mobile learning is still in its infancy and that mobile learning, as explained in What is mobile learning? is about the mobility of the learner rather than the device.'
mobile  mobile.learning  jisc 
march 2014
Flipping Over: Student-Centred Learning and Assessment | Ryan | Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice
'Engaging students is a difficult task faced by all academics. Student engagement can be achieved by giving ownership of their learning back to the students and by carefully aligning the assessment methodology to the students’ learning and future employability. To promote learning ownership in this case study, a group of final year students were involved in the design of the delivery (‘flipped classroom’) and assessment strategy (‘flipped assessment’) of the curriculum. Upon reflection, students noted a deep understanding of their self-selected topic by taking ownership of their learning and their ‘assessment for learning’ within the bounded learning environment. Additionally, students enhanced their soft skills and developed proficiencies appropriate for future employment and lifelong learning.'
flipped  assessment  mindmapping  bioscience  research  employability  lifelong 
march 2014
Digital Scholarship | Open Educational Resources (OERs) for digital scholars
'The site is a portal to a collection of Open Educational Resources (OERs) accessed from repositories and institutions around the world. All these resources have been provided free by their authors under Creative Commons or other licence for anyone who wishes to use them for educational purposes.'
OER  resources  digital.scholarship  open.education  creative.commons 
march 2014
The Institute for Prospective Technological Studies
'This report synthesizes the findings of the "OER4Adults study", a study conducted in 2012-13 by a team from the Caledonian Academy, Glasgow Caledonian University, under a contract with the European Commission Joint Research Centre IPTS, and in collaboration with DG Education and Culture. The project aimed to provide an overview of Open Educational Practices in adult learning in Europe, identifying enablers and barriers to successful implementation of practices with OER. The report identifies over 150 Open Educational Resources (OER) initiatives, and develops a typology that classifies them primarily by their main activity type. A survey based on the typology drew 36 responses from initiative leaders, and these are analysed against a context of developments in adult learning to arrive at an analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats facing OER in adult learning in Europe. The analysis reveals six tensions that drive developing Open Educational Practices in adult learning
oer  open.education  resources 
march 2014
About CORE | Core
"CORE aims to facilitate free access to content stored across Open Access repositories. CORE is a large aggregator of content (several million publications from hundreds of Open Access repositories) on top of which value added services are provided. "
repository  oer  resources  open.access  open.educational.resources  open 
march 2014
No matching record found. - Leeds Met Repository Open Search
'Comprehensive staff guide to OER's in booklet format (7 pages). Includes 'What are OER's?'
resources  oer  open.educational.resources 
march 2014
'This Guide comprises three sections. The first – a summary of the key issues – is presented in the form of a set of ‘Frequently Asked Questions’. Its purpose is to provide readers with a quick and user-friendly introduction to Open Educational Resources (OER) and some of the key issues to think about when exploring how to use OER most effectively. The second section is a more comprehensive analysis of these issues, presented in the form of a traditional research paper. For those who have a deeper interest in OER, this section will assist with making the case for OER more substantively. The third section is a set of appendices, containing more detailed information about specific areas of relevance to OER. These are aimed at people who are looking for substantive information regarding a specific area of interest.'
oer  open  open.educational.resources 
march 2014
'ChemTube3D contains interactive 3D animations and structures, with supporting information for some of the most important topics covered during an undergraduate chemistry degree.'
chemistry  science  animation  organic_chemistry  simulations  oer 
march 2014
Find Images for Blogs & Social Media with Embed | Getty Images
"Getty Images is leading the way in creating a more visual world. Our new embed feature makes it easy, legal and free for anybody to share our images on websites, blogs and social media platforms."
images  social  media  resources 
march 2014
Writing Mathematics Online | Mathematics, Learning and Web 2.0
'there are various possibilities – sometimes just a static picture is required, sometimes you may want to display how to solve a problem in stages as in my first example here, or perhaps you require a collaborative space. You will also need to consider if you want the examples to be permanent or whether you just want a collaborative space for discussion. A graphics tablet is essential.'
mathematics  online 
march 2014
OER Research Hub | Open Educational Resources at The Open University | Open University
'...the Open Educational Resources Research Hub (OER Research Hub) provides a focus for research, designed to give answers to the overall question ‘What is the impact of OER on learning and teaching practices?’ and identify the particular influence of openness. We will do this by working in collaboration with projects across four education sectors (school, college, higher education and informal) extending a network of research with shared methods and shared results. By the end of this research (September 2014) we will have evidence for what works and when, but also established methods and instruments for broader engagement in researching the impact of openness on learning.'
oer  open  open.education  research 
march 2014
WPClipart Home Page
'WPClipart is an ever-growing collection of artwork for schoolkids and others that is free of copyright concerns as well as safe from inappropriate images. Usage in school research and reports is my main focus when creating, or finding and editing -- but there are photos and clips here that work great for commercial uses, book illustrations, office presentations, and some just for fun... All the images here are Public Domain.'
clipart  images  copyright  resources 
march 2014
Applying a flipped learning model | Educational Vignettes
'flipped learning inverts the traditional teaching model. It moves direct instruction of core knowledge away from the lecture room, with the help of technology, and uses face-to-face teaching time to check understanding, increase interaction and to concentrate on concept engagement (Hamdan et al. 2013). This can create the potential for students to take responsibility for their learning and review core material at a pace that suits them and for teachers to use their face-to-face time to engage students in higher-order thinking (Tokuhama-Espinosa 2013).'
march 2014
Jisc Digital Media | Blog
'It’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the choices on offer when researching new kit to buy so in this post we look at some of the best tools for recording spoken word at the best quality, for the lowest price. Perfect for podcasts, interviews, audio feedback, and even recording speech for film this blog post gives some sage advice on what's currently available, and how to get the most out of the equipment. By 'high quality' we mean recordings that need to sound better than average, recordings for teaching or marketing materials, not just something that sounds like a telephone recording
audio  jisc 
february 2014
Save, Share, and Teach with Diigo by Al Rowell on Prezi
"How to use Diigo for bookmarking, saving highlighted pages, sharing with other educators, and implementing with students"
diigo  prezi  bookmarking  social.bookmarking 
february 2014
Julie’s Journey- Uncovering Copyright | Open Assembly Blog
The different types of creative commons licenses and how to use them on your work to allow different levels of reuse. Also how to properly respect the rights of others.
copyright  creative  commons 
february 2014
Digital & Web Literacies
"Slides to accompany Doug's (remote) closing keynote at UCISA's 'Changing Landscape' conference on 13 February 2014"
digital.literacy  web.literacy 
february 2014
Diigo 101 - Student Learning with Diigo
"The premise behind Diigo is social annotation. Social annotation provides e-readers with the ability to create, share, and interact around content. Users can choose to write private notes or public comments on selected web pages. Comments or annotations displayed on sticky notes opened to the public can encourage interaction, exploration, engagement, and the sharing of ideas among individuals or groups. By combining social bookmarking, clippings, in site annotation, tagging, full-text search, easy sharing and interactions, Diigo offers a powerful personal tool and a rich social platform for knowledge users, and in the process, turns the entire web into a writable, participatory and interactive media."
diigo  tools  social.bookmarking  resources 
february 2014
Social Bookmarking and Diigo - Student Learning with Diigo
'Social Bookmarking is simply making bookmarks available to a social network. Rather than storing bookmarks on a local computer, the bookmarks are stored to a social bookmarking website. By default, the bookmarks are available for the network to view.'
social.bookmarking  diigo  resources  organizing  tools 
february 2014
REAP > PEER > Software
'In this section, the purpose is to first identify the features of peer review that a software system must instantiate if the educational benefits are to be realised. A second purpose will be to review some of the most promising currently available software systems for formative peer review and to summarise the features of different software packages.'
peer  review  assessment  peer-assessment  e-assessment 
february 2014
Once you go Diigo, you'll never go back. - Cult of Pedagogy
'Like other bookmarking sites, Diigo gives you a place to store and organize bookmarks for anything you’re interested in online — think Pinterest with more words and fewer pictures. But this just scratches the surface of what Diigo can do. For one thing, when you bookmark an item, you can also highlight it and add sticky notes to keep track of specific sections that interest you. And you can collaborate with others in groups, where you share the resources you’ve found on a particular topic, discuss them in attached comments, even start forum discussions.'
diigo  social.bookmarking 
february 2014
Social Learning: An explanation using Twitter « Learning in the Social Workplace
n preparation for a short, Twitter event (#t4sl) Jane Hart has updated her (2010) presentation: Social Learning: An explanation using Twitter.
twitter  social.media  social.learning  PLN 
february 2014
Flipping lectures and inverting classrooms - EiC September 2013
'The concept of 'flipped teaching' is currently a hot topic at all levels of education. The basic premise is nothing new: the teacher provides guidance and materials that students then digest in their own time before the next session. Completing the assigned tasks gives students knowledge and understanding and allows the teacher to make more effective use of precious face-to-face contact time.'
flipped  lectures 
february 2014
Flipped Resources
a blog which brings together lots of resources on flipped learning including a comprehensive collaborative google doc.
february 2014
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 8 Excellent Kindle Tools for Teachers and Student Researchers
'Several kindle users still don't know that their kindle app is much more than just a reader of kindle books. There are also tools to use with this app to enahnce its performance including : sharing your web bookmarks with your kindle so that you can read them later on in a very user friendly format, without any distractive features that are usually found on webpages online. You can also with one click upload PDFs, ebooks, or any other document stored on your computer drive to your kindle library and benefit from the advanced reading features of Kindle including the ability to take notes and store them on the cloud.'
kindle  e-reader  pdf 
february 2014
Creating Slides for a Presentation | Teacher Tech
creating attractive PowerPoint presentations with images
PowerPoint  presentations  images 
february 2014
Jisc TechDis - Downloadable Resources
How to make your PowerPoint presentations accessible to screenreading software
accessibility  powerpoint  JISC  techdis 
february 2014
Presenter Notes & Best Practices | Poll Everywhere
'This short guide will show you: What to expect, based on feedback from thousands of nervous presenters who came before you; How to maximize your audence response rate; How to give clear instructions verbally and in print. This can be downloaded as a PDF' Also... 'Visual aids to teach your audience...instructional graphics and slides. Show these to your audience to put them at ease and teach them how to participate. These are essential for first time audiences. Download as .PPT slide or PDF'
Poll  Everywhere  response.systems  clickers 
february 2014
DoingCL - Think-Pair-Share
Think-pair-share is a useful activity to combine with a student response system such as clickers or poll everywhere in a large class
clickers  response.systems  interactive  Poll  Everywhere 
february 2014
Poll Everywhere | Gravitropic
A professor at Ohio Wesleyan University blogs about his use of Poll Everywhere in his teaching practice.
Poll  Everywhere  response.systems  blog  biology  clickers  science  bioscience 
february 2014
User guide | Poll Everywhere
online user guides for Poll Everywhere, one of the phone, tablet & laptop-based alternative to clickers.
Poll  Everywhere  response.systems  clickers 
february 2014
Knowledge Base – Customer Feedback & Support for Poll Everywhere
Help and guidance on using Poll Everywhere from basics to troubleshooting.
Poll  Everywhere  response.systems  clickers 
february 2014
'A flipped class is one that inverts the typical cycle of content acquisition and application so that: students gain necessary knowledge before class, and instructors guide students to actively and interactively clarify and apply that knowledge during class.'
february 2014
Apps for Learning | MELSIG
'The Apps for Learning page lists smart device apps discussed in the context of learning (e.g. during MELSIG events in 2013) and organises them within a proposed Smart Apps for Learning Taxonomy. This organisation focuses on the primary purpose of the learning activity. The links from the App descriptions point to iTunes.'
apps  iOS  ipad 
january 2014
Note to Self: Note Taking and the Control of Information | Brabazon | Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice
'Many areas of teaching and learning have been transformed through digitisation. The mobility of content and the capacity to cut and paste text has saved time for students and teachers. However, the impact on note taking as a mode of information management is under-researched. This article explores the ideological role of the software programme PowerPoint for note taking in the current classroom, placing attention on how and why students are now photographing slides with smart phones. The consequences of this disintermediation in information management are assessed alongside the best use of PowerPoint to enable the development of visual literacy rather than the deskilling of teaching and learning.'
powerpoint  notes  mobile.learning  smartphone 
january 2014
As ownership of smartphones and tablets grows there is increasing interest in how they might be used to support learning and teaching, both in the classroom and beyond. This Best Practice Guide has been put together by the UCISA Digital Skills and Development Group Academic Support sub-group to provide examples of good practice in using mobile technologies to enhance learning...The Guide contains a range of case studies which look at a variety of uses for mobile technology....'
mobile.learning  ipad  field.work  labs 
january 2014
So what are Open Badges? | Jisc
'an Open Badge is a digital reward which can be stored inside a student's ‘digital backpack'. The badges can be achieved by completing tasks and goals set by an issuer, such as a learning provider (awarding badges for achieving soft skills) or a website (for completing an online task), basically anyone who wants to keep a user motivated and interested. The issuer creates the criteria needed for the user to achieve the badge. This is embedded inside the badge in the form of metadata, along with who issued the badge, when it was issued and an expiry date if relevant.'
january 2014
Wellcome Images
'Over 100,000 images ranging from ancient medical manuscripts to etchings by artists such as Vincent Van Gogh and Francisco Goya are now available for free download as hi-res images on our website. Drawn from the historical holdings of the world-renowned Wellcome Library, the images are being released under the Creative Commons-Attribution only (CC-BY) licence. This means that all the historical images can be downloaded here to freely copy, distribute, edit, manipulate, and build upon as you wish, for personal or commercial use as long as the source Wellcome Library is attributed.'
images  history  creative  commons 
january 2014
Outcomes of #Flipped Lecture Trial
'I trialled a flipped lecture in my Year 2 module on Chemical Thermodynamics....Overall, it has been a very positive experience, and as well as my own and student perceptions, there appears to be good evidence that there is a high level of engagement with the material in the classroom (which was the original motivation for introducing this method in place of the traditional lecture). I’m definitely going to keep going with this method for this module.'
flipped  chemistry  blog 
january 2014
I’m an academic and desperately need an online presence, where do I start? | Impact of Social Sciences
'Salma Patel has been on a whistle-stop tour of academic social media channels. Here she shares her simple, practical tips for academics who want to start engaging with the wider world through social media.'
social.media  twitter  blogging  online  research 
january 2014
Guidelines for managing e-manners on LinkedIn.
LinkedIn  social.media  employability 
january 2014
User Guide for the Smart Ink tool that allows you to use the SMARTboard pens to annotate PowerPoint presentations and other projected material.
smartboard  powerpoint 
january 2014
Ten Tips for Tweeting at Conferences – ProfHacker - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education
'Tweeting at conferences is a great way to share what you’re learning in a session with your followers and the wider world. It’s also a great way to be in two places at once, as you can read tweets from other sessions that you weren’t able to attend. You can read those tweets as they come in or—if you’d rather not fracture your attention—read them after the fact using a Twitter search.'
twitter  social.media 
january 2014
Infographic showing research into student use of smartphones for study in one US university
smartphone  mobile.learning 
january 2014
How To Cite Social Media: MLA & APA Formats | TeachBytes
'Check out the citation formats ... and feel free to download, share and copy this graphic'
social.media  referencing 
january 2014
44 Smart Ways to Use Smartphones in Class (Part 1) - Getting Smart by @JohnHardison1 - | Getting Smart
'Of the forty-four ideas below regarding smartphones, twelve can be accomplished with a simple cellphone. Take a look below at this enormous potential.'
smartphone  mobile.learning 
january 2014
Best Practice for Tagging Academic Notes | Impact of Social Sciences
'In conjunction with our post earlier ... on using Evernote for knowledge mobilization, Allan Johnson provides some useful guidance on establishing an efficient tagging workflow to make the most out of online note-taking and project management. In practice, tagging can become an extremely helpful way to get to the information you need and to spot previously unrecognised relationships between ideas.'
Evernote  tagging  notes 
january 2014
Three views on using Evernote to improve personal productivity and transform academic knowledge mobilization | Impact of Social Sciences
'Anne Bergen, Gavan Watson and Caitlin Holton explore the relationship between academic data management and knowledge mobilization through the use of Evernote, the popular personal note-taking software. Evernote can be used for both sharing and storing information and can support and contribute to academic productivity and improved knowledge management practices.;
Evernote  tagging 
january 2014
The Design Studio / Transforming Assessment and Feedback
'The Assessment and Feedback area of the Design Studio gives access to existing and emergent work of interest on assessment and feedback. In this area, you can explore topics associated with assessment and feedback, find out what we currently know about enhancing assessment and feedback with technology and follow links to emerging themes and outputs from the Assessment and Feedback programme.'
assessment  feedback  JISC 
december 2013
Electronic Assessment Management | Jisc
'The term electronic assessment management (EAM) is increasingly being used to describe the way in which technology is used across the assessment lifecycle to support the electronic submission of assignments, as well as marking and feedback.'
EAM  e-assessment  electronic.assessment  assessment  JISC  marking  feedback 
december 2013
Internet Slang words - Internet Dictionary - InternetSlang.com
Useful guide to internet shorthand slang. Don't know your TL;DR from your ISTR? The answers you need are here.
dictionary  slang 
december 2013
Flickr: The British Library's Photostream
The British Library have 'released over a million images onto Flickr Commons for anyone to use, remix and repurpose. These images were taken from the pages of 17th, 18th and 19th century books and concern a startling mix of subjects. There are maps, geological diagrams, beautiful illustrations, comical satire, illuminated and decorative letters, colourful illustrations, landscapes, wall-paintings and so much more that even we are not aware of.'
images  britishlibrary  flickr 
december 2013
Twitter Guide Book – How To, Tips and Instructions
twitter  social.media  tips 
december 2013
electronic and 'manual' student polling in maths classes are considered as ways of engaging maths students in discussions about difficult concepts.
mathematics  clickers  response.systems 
december 2013
Exploring technology based continuous assessment in Mathematics and its applications
Links to resources, contacts, research, papers and videos. 'The project investigates the introduction of an Electronic Voting Systems (EVS) into lectures of mathematic, statistics or operational research in order to transform the lecture experience from a one-way transmission of information in to a two-way conversation between lecturer and students, mediated by the technology. Electronic Voting Systems also are known as Personal Response Systems (PRS), Classroom Response Systems (CRS), Audience Response Systems (ARS), Student Response Systems (SRS), Classroom Performance System (CPS) or commonly referred to as "clickers/iclickers" or "buzzers". The aim is to create an enjoyable means for continuous assessment of students conceptual knowledge. Pioneered by Prof Eric Mazur for physics, ConcepTests are questions designed to encourage interactions in the classroom about mathematical concepts and are directly connected to the succesfull use of EVS.'
clickers  response.systems  mathematics 
december 2013
Bristol University | Academic Registry (Education Support) | Case Study: Using clickers to support large-group interaction in maths
Case study: 'Students were each given a voting handset at the beginning of the lecture. During the lecture several multiple-choice questions were presented, the students were given a couple of minutes to think about / discuss each one and vote for the correct answer. The lecturer had a hand-held receiver which allowed her to see the spread of the results. She would then discuss these in the lecture - providing instant feedback to the class.' Outcomes
mathematics  clickers  response.systems 
december 2013
'Chunking is the practice of breaking up steady streams of lecture content. The practice is informed by the concept of working memory, specifically, that our working memory holds a limited amount of space for processing information. Chunking lecture content accommodates the limitations of our working memory by opening up space through breaks or pauses.'
chunking  lectures  mini-lecture 
december 2013
Adapting PowerPoint Lectures for Online Delivery: Best Practices | Faculty Focus
'If you use PowerPoint lectures in your face-to-face classes, you can use those same lectures as jumping-off points for creating narrated animations for your online students to watch. That’s the good news. However, chances are you’ll need to make extensive changes — both to your existing PowerPoint slides, and to how you deliver them.'
chunking  online.lectures  lecture.capture  mini-lecture 
december 2013
Curation As An Emerging Skillset | A 5 Step Guide | DK
'Traditionally, a curator researches and puts together a collection which speaks to a narrative and / or serves a larger idea in art galleries and / or museums. In the current digital habitat, all can participate in this activity, so the challenge is honing the skills and leveraging the tools.'
december 2013
The Flipped Classroom: A Course Redesign to Foster Learning... : Academic Medicine
'In 2012, the authors flipped a required first-year pharmaceutics course at the University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy. They offloaded all lectures to self-paced online videos and used class time to engage students in active learning exercises. In this article, the authors describe the philosophy and methodology used to redesign the Basic Pharmaceutics II course and outline the research they conducted to investigate the resulting outcomes. This article is intended to serve as a guide to instructors and educational programs seeking to develop, implement, and evaluate innovative and practical strategies to transform students' learning experience.'
flipped  pharmacy  research  case.studies 
december 2013
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