Looking for inspiration in your teaching?

A while ago, I came across a website (via twitter, incidentally) called Learning Wheel.  This particular site is a community site where you can collaborate and share resources or technology that can be used to enhance your teaching or professional development. Each wheel is split into 4 sections and each…

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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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SALT’s Top Ten Tools

Every year Jane Hart (http://janehart.com ), founder of the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies, compiles the Top 100 Tools for Learning. The 2014 Annual Learning Tools Survey comprised votes from 1038 learning professionals across 61 countries. (2015 survey closes on 18th September 2015 http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/voting/). So to kick off our…

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Live stream for September IT Events

Remember that if you can’t attend the Make one Change Events for September ‘Making IT Resources Work for Your Students’, you can always watch the live stream which will be posted daily here on the blog and on our Twitter feed #susaltit #susaltlive. You can participate from your desk by using the Twitter feed #susaltlive to ask…

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Twelve Technology Tools for Teaching

Tue 8 September SALT’s Top 10 online applications – we will send a list of our personal favourites, generated from Jane Hart’s 2014 the Top 100 Tools for Learning. The following tools are those that will help you get organised for your lectures as painlessly as possible, providing the best opportunities…

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