Resources and pause for thought (Dec)

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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

*Digitalis: 
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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