Technology Enhanced Learning

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This statement is designed for all members of the University community – staff and students – who use or intend to use the University’s supported Virtual Learning Environment, Blackboard.
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TurningPoint
"How to use TurningPoint", Stephen Walker, College of Social Sciences.
Participoll
"The Participoll audience response system", Nichola Gretton, Leicester Learning Institute.
Padlet
"Padlet - an open wall to share ideas." Matthew Mobbs, Leicester Learning Institute.
Voting systems
"Enhancing student engagement and assisting peer learning using voting systems." Cas Kramer, Department of Genetics and Mark Leyland, Department of Biochemistry, University of Leicester
Online materials in a face-to-face setting
"Online materials in a face to face setting: freeing you to teach more effectively." Sarah Whittaker, Learning and Teaching Services Librarian, David Wilson Library, University of Leicester
Lecture capture experiences
"Experiences with lecture capture." Dylan Williams, Department of Chemistry, University of Leicester
Blackboard portfolios
"Creating a Virtual Space for Personal Development using Blackboard Portfolios." Elizabeth Cornish, Careers Development Service, University of Leicester
Online marking at scale
Case Study: "Implementing Online Marking at Scale: the Goldilocks Approach." Duncan Greenhill, Web resources development officer, College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology, University of Leicester
Blackboard portfolios and badges
"Using Blackboard Badges and ePortfolios in the Leicester Award." Gareth Hughes, Leicester Award Project Officer, Career Development Service, University of Leicester
Electronic Examinations
Alan Stocker, Senior Lecturer, Department of Engineering, University of Leicester
Electronic assessment in Engineering
Alan Stocker, Senior Lecturer, Department of Engineering, University of Leicester
Online marking at scale - implementation and reflections
"Implementing Online Marking at Scale: the Goldilocks Approach." Duncan Greenhill, Web resources development officer, College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology and Alan Cann, Senior lecturer, Department of Biology, University of Leicester
Blackboard assessment types
Catherine Leyland, Leicester Learning Institute, University of Leicester
Audience response systems in the School of Biological Sciences
"Enhancing student engagement and assisting peer learning using voting systems." Cas Kramer, Department of Genetics and Mark Leyland, Department of Biochemistry, University of Leicester
Audience response systems in Sociology
"Experiences with using TurningPoint in the Department of Sociology." Patrick White, Department of Sociology, University of Leicester
Social media for employability
"Social media for professional development and employability" Terese Bird, Department of Medical and Social Care Education and Dr Alison Fox, School of Education

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