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OER16: Open Culture conference @ the University of Edinburgh

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Last week I spent a sunny two days at the OER16: Open Culture Conference hosted by the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) at the University of Edinburgh.

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Congratulations, open badges and NTU’s Creating Engaging Course Materials programme

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Many congratulations to NTU colleagues Jessica Willats and Lina Erlandsson who this week became the first to successfully complete CPLD’s Creating Engaging Course Materials programme, gaining several digital Open Badges along the way.

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New Digital Practice Programme – now with added Open Badges

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We’ve been a little busy here in the Digital Practice team, putting together a new programme that we hope will be of interest to colleagues in a variety of ways.

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MELSIG January 2015

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We’d like to welcome Paul Dyson, eLearning Specialist at NTU as another guest blogger here on the Digital Practie blog.

SEDA Annual Conference 2014

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This was my first SEDA conference so it was a new experience and an opportunity to meet some new faces.

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28 Ways to Spice Up Your Content in NOW

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Do you need some inspiration for providing learning materials in NOW?  Are you interested in the flipped classroom approach and want to provide more content online?
Here are 28 ideas for providing content through NOW using text, pictures, sound, vid

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Three sources of free photos for everyone

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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.