Padlet is an online tool that easily facilitates collaborative learning, discussion and the sharing of resources. Information that is added to a Padlet wall instantaneously appears wherever it is being […]
The application of concepts to practical scenarios or real-life contexts (or vice versa) can often be a challenge within education. Augmented reality provides the opportunity to superimpose a diverse range […]
Genial.ly is a free online application that offers a range of interactive features, including the potential to create interactive image maps that allow access to a variety of learning resources. […]
SWAY is a free online application that allows both tutors and students to generate and collaboratively share interactive presentations, activities and portfolios which incorporate a variety of media including text, video, […]
Mentimeter is an online application that provides an interactive and visually engaging method for quickly sharing ideas and understanding – it is therefore a practical and effective strategy for assessing […]
Flexible opportunities to communicate with tutors and engage in learning is increasingly required in which to meet the needs of students with diverse working patterns and lifestyles.
Digital technology provides the opportunity to enhance pedagogic practice and extend opportunities for individualised learning and students’ self-directed study. Lecturer Geoff Rebbeck has recently explored two technologies that have provided students with, […]