Monthly Archives: February 2016

#LTHEchat No 47 02 March Dr. Sam Illingworth (@samillingworth ): Interdisciplinarity in HE learning and teaching

Interdisciplinarity is a an important construct in terms of advancing research and knowledge. Working with multidisciplinary teams allows for a sharing of expertise in a natural and meaningful way, but do we always do this in our teaching? Do our … Continue reading

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Its back on the 24th February – the HEA #HEAchat and the #LTHEchat combo! Both hashtags will be used during this discussion. We have all been there. Sat in a conference room hearing the great ideas streaming from the presenters; ideas that … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat No 46 Sue Watling (@suewatling): Digital inclusion and accessibility

I’m an Academic Technology Enhanced Learning Advisor in the Learning, Enhancement and Academic Practice (LEAP) Directorate at the University of Hull. Prior to this, I was Senior Lecturer in Education Development at the University of Lincoln. My current research is … Continue reading

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A new story from our latest #LTHEchat Golden Tweeter award winner Neil Withnell @neilwithnell

We invited Neil Withnell (@neilwithnell) who has just received his #LTHEchat Golden Tweeter award, to tell us what LTHEchat means to him and the significance of the award. Below is Neil’s response along with a video he created to share his … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat No 45 Julie Tardy @jtardy81: Integrating complexity in curriculum designs – Intégrer la notion de complexité dans le curriculum

Julie Tardy (@jtardy81) is a Learning Technologist at Université de Technologie de Compiègne in France where she manages digital projects as well as a community manager for Unisciel , one of the 7 French Digital Thematic Universities. After several years … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat No 44 with Chris Wiley @Chris_Wiley: Using music creatively to enhance non-music teaching

From the alphabet song to ‘The Elements”, music has the power to facilitate learning at all levels of study. It introduces an experiential, interactive component to a teaching environment that may otherwise be transmissive and unstimulating. This #LTHEchat will explore … Continue reading

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