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Online and Digital Learning

Reflections on Open Learning and its Role in the 21st Century (Durham Blackboard Conference 2012)

Part of a series of posts reporting back on the Durham Blackboard Users’ Conference 2012.

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Online and Digital Learning

Reflections on YouTube in Higher Education (Durham Blackboard Conference 2012)

Part of a series of posts reporting back on the Durham Blackboard Users’ Conference 2012.

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Marketing

Reflections on Supporting a Postgraduate Virtual Open Week (Durham Blackboard Conference 2012)

Part of a series of posts reporting back on the Durham Blackboard Users’ Conference 2012.

  • Parallel session: Postgraduate Virtual Open Week at the University of Edinburgh
  • Presenter: Josephine Kinsley, University of Edinburgh

In this post I wish to focus mainly on the way Kinsley managed the training approach, but first here is an outline of Edinburgh’s virtual open day project.

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Online and Digital Learning

Durham Blackboard Users’ Conference 2012

I will be writing up summaries and reflections on the sessions I attended at the Durham Blackboard Users’ Conference 2012. Blog posts I will link through to the posts here when I publish them. You can follow me on Twitter too to get post updates. Using the VLE as a Trojan horse – transforming practice […]

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Online and Digital Learning

Reflections on VLEs, design tools, the Cloud and more: Grainne Conole’s keynote (Durham Blackboard Conference 2012)

Part of a series of posts on the Durham Blackboard Users’ Conference 2012.

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Educational Technology

Reflections on panel session: Institutional minimum standards for VLE use (Durham Blackboard Conference 2012)

Part of a series of posts on the Durham Blackboard Users’ Conference 2012.

This post is a summary of the discussion that took place in the panel session on the topic ‘The Implications and Practicalities of Agreeing and Enforcing a Threshold Standard of use of a VLE in an Education Institution’ chaired by Mike Cameron of Newcastle University. The session took place at 4.30pm on 5 January 2012. Throughout I have added my own take on the issues raised.

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Online and Digital Learning

Reflections: Making Open Educational Resources happen (ALT-C 2011)

This is the first of a series of blog posts covering my reaction to the ALT-C 2011 conference sessions.

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Digital Literacy

Time to ditch the reading list? (HYeLN Conference Workshop)

Workshop for the Higher York eLearning Network Conference, 6 June 2011 Matt Cornock (SPSW, University of York) Resources Workshop slides [PDF] Cloudworks discussion site, related links and references Twitter search Delicious social bookmarking website Diigo social bookmarking and notes website Trying different reading lists Delegates, readers of this site and cloud participants are invited to […]

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Digital Literacy

Addressing information literacy collaboratively (FELT Conference Poster)

Innovations and Collaborations in Information Literacy and Academic Skills. Poster for University of York Forum for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching Conference, 25 May 2011 Matt Cornock (SPSW) with Sue Cumberpatch (University Library and Archives), Robert Gunn (Social Work) and Katy Mann (ASO) Download Poster [PDF] Sumbitted abstract This poster presentation will summarise how close collaboration between […]

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Online and Digital Learning

Durham Blackboard Users Conference 2011

I’ve written up some thoughts from the sessions I attended at the 2011 Durham Blackboard Users Conference. Rather than providing detailed accounts, I’ve drawn out one or two key ideas and added my own take on them: