Month: October 2014

Digital literacy – who’s responsible?

Posted on 23 October 2014 by Catherine Emmett

by Catherine Emmett and Joe Nicholls (guest blogger) Over a coffee with colleagues last week, discussion turned to digital literacy in learning and teaching. A question was asked – who is responsible for our students’ digital literacies? The answer’s pretty simply really. You. And that’s really to say, all of us! To understand why that is, let’s first answer
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Serving web pages through Learning Central

Posted on 9 October 2014 by Allan Theophanides

by Allan Theophanides After helping out a colleague recently, Dr Paul Brennan – an Academic who is very engaged with technology, he kindly acknowledged me in a recent blog post on the information that I had provided him with as a solution to hosting webpages internally for students to access. On this basis rather than
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All things E-Assessment…

Posted on 9 October 2014 by Allan Theophanides

By Allan Theophanides Recently the team has received a number of queries asking for help or advice with regards eAssessment.  As such, that’s not a problem; it’s exactly the kind of thing we can help with. However it became evident very quickly that different people have very different ideas as to what eAssessment actually is!
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