Shaping your digital landscape: Creating and Sharing Content


Date/time: Thursday 22nd June 2017, 1:00pm-5:00pm
Location: Ogden Lewis Seminar Suite, Fielding Johnson South Wing Basement


Shaping your digital landscape: Creating and Sharing ContentThis is the second in a series of the Learning Technology Advisory Group's 'Shaping your digital landscape' events. These events are designed to help us shape the Institution’s digital learning future.

This event will focus on Content, case study presentations of practice from around the University will demonstrate example of how practitioners have imaginatively delivered their subject materials. A Digital Showcase of software suppliers will be there to inspire us to think how we might be using technologies more creatively and effectively to support the authoring and delivery of subject content in the future.

Case studies of practice from around the University will introduce novel ways that colleagues and students are creating and delivering course materials and learning resources. A Digital Showcase of software suppliers and tools will inspire us to think how we might be using technologies more imaginatively and effectively to support the creation, curation and delivery of subject content in the future.

Please sign-up to express your interest in attending. You are welcome to drop in at any time during the afternoon, to talk to the suppliers and participate in the case study sessions.

Digital Showcase - confirmed suppliers

Kortext

Kortext provides e-textbooks from all the key academic publishers, on any device, anywhere. More than a reading app, or online platform, Kortext integrates with the university’s learning environment to provide interactive use of resources.
http://www.kortext.com

talis

You may recognise Talis as the suppliers of our reading list software, and it offers much more. They will discuss reading lists, and their new digitised content repository solution.
talis.com

Panopto

Panopto are the providers of our Reflect lecture capture service. Come and meet the suppliers and find out about new features, including quizzes and different ways to flip the classroom.
pantopto.com

Academic Insights: Case studies of using digital technologies to enhance use and creation of resources for learning.

Prof. Andy Abbott
Chemistry

Andy will share his experience of implementing Flipped Learning, an approach whereby learners engage with content, including videos, in advance of classes, thereby preparing them to benefit more from Problem Based Learning in the classroom.

Dr. Gina Fox,
Criminology

Gina will share how her students create content in video blogs (vlogs) reflecting on the process of dissertation writing . She has reused these vlogs with learners in subsequent years.

Register

To register your interest, please complete our online form.

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