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ecoffee @ SGH

Final year medical student Callum Taylor led this month’s e-coffee@SGH session, with an inspiring look at some of the tools, projects and platforms that can help engage students.  It was packed full of useful tips and information, and showcased some really exciting resources. Continue reading →

ecoffee @ SGH

(Scott Border @ SGH, 2017)   May's e-coffee@SGH was all about making videos and had one of the best turnouts with attendees getting excited to see Dr Scott Border from Anatomy within Medicine discussing his journey creating podcasts and videos for the vastly popular YouTube channel Soton Brain Hub. Continue reading →

Teaching with Digital Timelines

Cross-posted from the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching blog. This year the Center for Teaching hosted a few educational technology working groups for faculty, staff, and students interested in exploring ways particular technologies might meet their instructional goals. One of the groups investigated the use of digital timeline tools, like Tiki-Toki and TimelineJS, that facilitate the creation of online, multimedia, interactive, and collaborative timelines. Continue reading →

ELESIG South Symposium – Students as Producers

The next ELESIG South symposium will take place on Wednesday June 22nd 11:00-15:30 at University of Bristol - please register online at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/elesig-south-symposium-students-as-producers-tickets-25740996012 The second symposium organised by the Southern branch of ELESIG (Evaluation of Learners' experiences of E-learning Special Interest Group) considers the role of Students as Producers. Continue reading →