Posts tagged "active learning"
We’ve made a couple of posts about using Microsoft Sway to create interesting and visual presentations/digital stories.
Learning at Work Week
To recognise and encourage the many and varied learning opportunities available to us all at work, national charity Campaign for Learning is encouraging us all to take part in this year’s Learning at Work Week.
PechaKucha, as a presentation format, originated in Tokyo 2003.
Innovative teaching methods have earned Nottingham Trent University three nominations in the Guardian University Awards 2015.
So what is Apple TV?
Apple TV is a system which allows you to connect an Apple device (ipad, iphone or Mac) to the presenter screen thereby allowing others to view the screen cast.
Published on the 22nd September 2014 is the 8th Annual Learning Tools Survey compiled by Jane Hart from over 1,038 learning professionals based across 61 countries.
More information on who voted for what and why is also available.
When was the last time you played a game? Games of all types both traditional and electronic have an enduring appeal for many of us.
Spring is well and truly here and with Easter and with the first of the bank holiday’s behind us, it’s time again for a quick review of what’s been happening on the Digital Practice Blog in the last month.
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.
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.