Fuel for Autumn thinking and more resources

*Making Google accessibletake a look

*Thinking about ways to capture learner voice and reflection?
Food for thought in this YouTube video – ‘…thoughts, feelings and experiences captured in a series of visual metaphors. The evolving graphic record is painted in real time alongside the discussion…’
(Thanks to Kevin Brace for pointing out this one!)

 Conference presentations / full papers
ALT-C [Association for Learning Technology – conference] – link
Efficient ICT conference (thanks John!) – link

* Browsing the ALT-C site for the link above I was reminded of the ALT Repository… you could disappear into this for hours (with fascination, not through difficulty in navigation!)

*A couple of project reports selected from ESCalate’s funded projects (ESCalate is the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Education – closing in December, 2011) :
–  The use of on-going feedback devices to enhance feedback dialogue
  Moving to online teaching

*Conker Tree Scienceworth a visit if only to see this innovative approach to collecting data!

*If you’re a dabbler in virtual worlds why not bookmark Virtual Worlds Watch as a good site to keep up to date with what’s happening… events… and conferences too..

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