You may have already worked with the talented ILIaD multimedia team to develop high quality resources (for more about their fantastic work see their showreel), but how much do you know about our Learning Design team and what we can do for you? The Institute for Learning, Innovation and Development is home to 4 Learning Designers; … Continue reading What can an ILIaD Learning Designer do for you?
It was an early (5am) start yesterday, with a 7am flight from Southampton to Manchester for this year's annual conference of the Association for Learning Technologists. With a full schedule of talks until 5.45pm followed by a Gala dinner at 6.45pm I was hoping for a plentiful supply of coffee. There is an element of … Continue reading ALT-C Reflections on Day One
I have a number of objectives to achieve over the next 12 months; I'm hoping that making time to post a general progress report on the main ones at the end of each month will enable me to see the wood for the trees (and potentially reach out to new connections and expertise that relate to those objectives). photo … Continue reading Seeing the wood for the trees
I will cohost a webinar with Northrop Grumman on May 31st to discuss and field questions on the APQC Frameworks Study and process maturity. To download the Study with webinar details, click on the image below. From a process perspective, companies grow up and mature the same way humans do. They nearly always start in … Continue reading What does business process maturity mean? #bpm – SuccessfulWorkplace
It's exciting and unsettling to me to watch the emergence of a new disruptive technology right at the cliff face as it were. I tend not to be an early adopter; I like a good solid evidence base and low risk before I take something on an adapt it to suit a purpose. So when my … Continue reading “Joining us live from…” Experiments with Periscope
Source: http://www.northumbria.ac.uk5 years old now so the review is a little dated, but still an excellent and comprehensive account of purposes and models of evaluation with specific reference to learning.See on Scoop.it - Evidence of Impact in HE interventions
My colleague Tamsyn Smith (@TamsynMSmith) has just compiled a useful summary of MOOCs that might help students develop their study skills. This is a summary of courses that have been available so far; some may not be currently live or have future versions scheduled, so do use with caution if referring students to them. Do … Continue reading MOOCs relating to study skills