Resources and pause for thought (Dec)

Thinking about supporting your students online?
50 ways to use SKYPE 
– thanks to Deborah M. for this one!  🙂
(Also, see the entry about the Flexible Learning Forum at Lancaster on 7th Dec – we’re looking at virtual classrooms)


*JISC Legal celebrate their first 10 years with Ten Top Tips
A useful reminder that JISC Legal are there if ever you’re stuck! 

*Have you come across this yet?  [Spotted by John Dalziel in our team]
Symbaloo – Organise and share the best of the web
Check out its claims to organise your web resources, encourage student-student communication and promote innovation…

*Directory of open source and free digital media software 
A place to start,  a ‘first port of call’

*Subtitle and caption your videos
Easy to do, and so many uses – visit the website

Using digital technologies to enhance and embed creative reflection 
The University of Leeds has just launched this new Learning and Teaching project. 
‘In disciplines where work is often practice-based and related to creative outputs, the use of technology as a mechanism to enhance reflection is of particular importance…’ 
Visit this site for information and updates – their ideas have wider application.

* What I picked out from Jorum offerings this month is this First World War poetry archiveIt’s worth a browse round the site to see the latest!


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