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Assessment, GW4, learning analytics, Learning Technology, mahara, Mooc

GW4 Learning Technology at Bath University | Technoleg Dysgu GW4 ym Mhrifysgol Caerfaddon

Posted on 24 April 2018 by Gethin Rowlands

by Gethin M. Rowlands & Marianna Majzonova *Fersiwn Cymraeg isod | Welsh version below*   On a surprisingly sunny Friday morning, we made our way to Bath Spa to join the rest of the Learning Technology teams (and others) of the GW4. With a firm agenda arranged and an appetite to discover what the day
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Accessibility, Blackboard, Conference, Cynhadledd, Hygyrchedd, partneriaeth myfyrwyr, Student partnership

Blackboard Conference 2018 – Cynhadledd Blackboard 2018

Posted on 18 April 2018 by Dewi Parry

by Dewi Parry A Welsh version of this blog post is available below. I recently visited the Blackboard Teaching & Learning Conference 2018, this year held at The University of Manchester. The conference was a good opportunity to hear about various projects and good practice from other institutions, and to pick up some ideas along
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Assessment, Feedback Studio, Turnitin, Uncategorized

Are you using Feedback Studio on iPad? Update the app!

Posted on 27 March 2018 by Martin Nosek

Recently, Turnitin has changed the way you open assignments (or class) within the Feedback Studio application on iOs (Apple) devices. If you use the Turnitin app on the iPad, please update your application to the latest version, and then follow one of these scenarios to access and mark assignments on your iOs device. Do you
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Learn Plus, Panopto, Personal Capture, student created media, Video

Personal capture examples with Learn Plus

Posted on 14 March 2018 by Dewi Parry

by Dewi Parry During this year’s Centre for Education Innovation – Education Innovation Week, several Learn Plus use cases were shared during an event titled “Enhancing the learning environment: Examining how the digital and physical learning environments are evolving to support the needs of our students and staff”. There are some excellent examples of teaching
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