In my last blog post on 31 March 2014 I wrote about how Sue Smedley-Roberts from the School of Art and Design has been using Nottingham Trent University’s SCALE-UP facilities with a cohort of second year students studying Fashion Marketing.
Photos, icons, illustrations, logos…
Images are great; they can bring your work to life or express a concept in an instant, and there are lots available out there on the internet.
The digital practice blog has been going for almost six months now (where has the time gone?) and we’re introducing a new feature this month.
Recently I spent an interesting hour with Sue Smedley-Roberts from Nottingham Trent University’s School of Art and Design, finding out more about her experiences using SCALE-UP with a cohort of second year students studying Fashion Marketing.
Radio 4 explores how technology is transforming education
My Teacher is an App explores the changes in educational approaches in schools and universities as a result of the increased use of technology.
How about getting involved in a daily social-learning activity?
It’s happening in Twitter and is a really convenient way to learn and share something new every day in less than 15 mins, and make new connections, too! It’s being run by The Cen
If an App Swap Breakfast isn’t for you then perhaps something Bite Size is. In a day full of interesting presentations at the UCISA Changing Landscapes event this is the one that piqued my interest the most.
Pedagogy, mobile devices and learning discourse over breakfast
What is an App Swap Breakfast?
An idea from the University of Brighton. Meet with colleagues to learn about tablet computer apps and their use in teaching and learning, over breakfast.
Tech Smith, owner of the excellent Snagit screen image capture software, have release a free screen capture extension for the Google Chrome browser.
The tool is available via the Tech Smith site.
Did you know that Tuesday 11 February 2014 is Safer Internet Day?
Beginning as a European initiative, Safer Internet Day (SID) is now celebrated in more than 100 countries worldwide.