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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Nigel Robertson

Nigel Robertson

Bloom | ULCC Coursework Module - 0 views

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    Plug in for Moodle that allows double marking and blind marking. Includes access to Turnitin reports.
Nigel Robertson

Pricing - Guidebook - 0 views

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    A conference app. Free for up to 200 downloads
Nigel Robertson

Beyond Active Learning: Transformation of the Learning Space | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

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    "Learning Space as Creation Space
    The next generation of learning spaces will take all the characteristics of an active learning environment-flexibility, collaboration, team-based, project-based-and add the capability of creating and making. Project teams will be both interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary and will likely need access to a broad array of technologies. High-speed networks, video-based collaboration, high-resolution visualization, and 3-D printing are but a few of the digital tools that will find their way into the learning space.

    The ability to rearrange furniture and technology quickly and easily will be highly desirable. Some project activities will need nothing more than comfortable furniture, food, and caffeine. Others will require sophisticated computational analysis and the ability to do rapid prototyping.

    Acoustics will be a concern and will need to accommodate a wide range of activities. It seems likely that such space will support more than one team or activity simultaneously. That will be a highly desirable trait, fostering serendipitous discovery and innovation.

    The ability to quickly and easily capture the group's activities and progress will also be desirable. An emerging class of powerful and effective collaboration tools enables project teams to save and store project elements, resources, concepts, plans, designs, models, and renderings-in short, all the "stuff" that a team might find or make."
Nigel Robertson

Labster | Virtual Laboratories - 0 views

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    A set of virtual labs. Costs $50 per student per semester.
Nigel Robertson

Preparing students to learn online - 0 views

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    Pretty much what we do here.
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Dsxyliea - 0 views

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    Javascript rendering of what it can feel like to be dyslexic.
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2016 Lecture Capture Survey - 0 views

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    Short piece from Duke Uni on why they are still using Panopto.
Nigel Robertson

Encouraging International and Dyslexic Students to Develop Better Learning Strategies |... - 0 views

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    Article on using Turnitin to support the development of writing skills with international and dyslexic students.
Nigel Robertson

University lecture theatres could become redundant as technology takes over | Stuff.co.nz - 0 views

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    Pretty rubbish article that doesn't differentiate between fully online and blended teaching and none of the commenters understand this either.
Nigel Robertson

Control Alt Achieve: Creating Video PD with Free Google Tools - 0 views

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    Description of a step by step process for running webinars using the Google ecosystem. Pretty organised!
Nigel Robertson

Networked Learning as Experiential Learning | EDUCAUSE - 0 views

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    Gardner Campbell on the power of networked learning and notes that digital literacy is becoming impoverished.
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Personal Learning MOOC - 0 views

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    Stephen Downes is running a Mooc on Personal Learning.
Nigel Robertson

The perils of "Growth Mindset" education: Why we're trying to fix our kids when we shou... - 0 views

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    Critique of telling kids to have a growth mindset.
Nigel Robertson

WCELfest16 - Thursday 11th February 2016 - 0 views

  • Recordings will also be provided with photos posted on the WCEL Team's Flickr page.
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      Recordings will be available from our website after the event. Photos will be posted on the ...
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Bosses' right to snoop on staff emails is an invasion of privacy and ignores the way we... - 0 views

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    A response to the recent EU ruling that companies can look at the private correspondence of their workers if it took place during working hours. Also implied is the question 'What hours are working hours?'.
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