#LTHEchat No 13: Virtual Learning Spaces with David Eddy @sonofedd

Dear colleagues,

David Eddy

David Eddy

This week we have the pleasure to have with us David Eddy (@sonofedd) who will be leading the #LTHEchat on ‘VIRTUAL LEARNING SPACES’. 

David Eddy is a Teaching Fellow (DL) in the Faculty of Health & Well Being at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU). Since 2007 he has been supporting, enabling and delivering online courses in a range of contexts. During 2014 he undertook the learning design and was Joint Course Leader (with Cath Holborn) of SHU’s first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Enhancing Prostate Cancer Care. This was delivered in collaboration with Prostate Cancer UK and PebblePad.

 Virtual Learning Spaces – it’s all about the conversation.

This tweetchat will focus upon how colleagues, choose, define, frame and utilise virtual learning spaces to foster and enhance the learning conversation.

Alongside David, Sue Beckingham from the LTHEchat team will be facilitating the chat.

The Storify is available here.

If you are reflecting on this specific #LTHEchat please share your post with us so that we can reblog. A Google presentation has been set-up to share your thoughts there as well.

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We will be collaborating more with students and introduce dedicated #LTHEchat s led by the student community. These will be called: “Questions we always wanted to ask you” which will be a great opportunity to bring educators and students closer together.  The student guest  will represent questions from the student community. Questions he will share will include some of his own but also those from his peers.

If you have other suggestions on how we could make the #LTHEchat more valuable for you, please let us know.

See you Wednesday, same time, same place 😉 – 8-9PM GMT #LTHEchat

The LTHEchat team


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