Posts tagged "bite sized learning"
bite sized learning
In our last Lynda.com themed post, we talked about using Playlists to curate meaningful content.
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.
Ever wondered how you can correctly type mathematical formulae and chemical symbols instead of ‘water’ being written as H2O or ‘3 squared’ as 32? Then you need to know about superscript and subscript.
Wanting a bit of help with using Microsoft Office but no time to attend a workshop?
The new Office Central learning room in NOW contains bite-sized guides to assist you with using Microsoft Office at Nottingham Trent University.
20ish ways I use video as a lecturer, Dr Stuart Jolly, Sports Science
Dr Stuart Jolly, Course Leader for BSc Coaching and Sport Science, has put together examples of how he uses video as a lecturer.
CC BY-SA 4.0 University of Brighton
Pedagogy, mobile devices and learning discourse over breakfast
What is an App Swap Breakfast?
An idea from the University of Brighton.