Copyright and eLearning

Copyright and e-learning: understanding our privileges and freedoms Keynote from ALTc Conference 2016: Jane Secker  Librarian Jane Secker talks about information literacy and digital literacy and asks us to rethink Copyright. Education and Publication: ‘It’s not my problem’does that feel or at least sound familiar? 1. Attribution and Credit 2. Value and…

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Using Online Interactive Tools for Engagement

Questions & Quizzes Using online tools for learning and teaching has been something that many of us have explored, or ignored, for years. You can waste many precious hours (and lose the will to live) testing and evaluating tools until you are so confused you don’t know which button to…

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Let the pictures do the talking

As part of SALT’s September IT activities Lleisiau Bach yn Galw Allan/Little Voices Shouting Out @lleisiaubach had the pleasure to deliver a session on Using Infographics in Education Lleisiau Bach/Little Voices provides support for children and young people to carry out research within the framework of the UN Convention on…

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IT Month continues!

Really varied sessions this week are available to you to enhance your approaches to teaching and student learning. Fancy trying some new tools? What about a learning object – Xerte, Infographics, OneNote for synchronous work or PADLET – a virtual online ‘wall’ that enables users to share text, voice recordings,…

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IT Month update – Blended Learning and Making E-lectures

Today’s session was a very interesting presentation and workshop from Paul Holland and Rhian Kerton called Blended Learning and Making E-lectures. Paul attended last year’s IT month sessions and particularly enjoyed the session on Campus Pack where he was inspired to develop his Blackboard lecture material. Together the pair has…

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