Monthly Archives: November 2021

#LTHEchat 220: Decolonising Learning Technology. Led by Professor John Traxler @johntraxler

What is Decolonising and What is Learning Technology? This part is easy. Learning technology, the phrase adopted by the Association for Learning Technology (ALT), embraces digital learning, e-learning and online learning, formal and informal, intended, spontaneous or accidental, but also … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 219: Supporting and Assessing Student Groupwork. Led by Peter Hartley @profpeterbrad, Mark Dawson @Mark_g_dawson & Sue Beckingham @SueBecks.

The significant expansion of student numbers across Higher Education (e.g. numbers doubling between 1992 and 2016, ONS, 2016) led to a corresponding increase in the use of student groupwork. While some of this expansion was inevitably prompted by resource constraints, … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 218: Expertise: A New Discourse for Learning & Teaching in Higher Education? Led by Dr Helen King, @drhelenking.

The concept of excellence is ubiquitous within education and many other sectors. But what do we mean by it? What does it look like? And how can we support colleagues to develop it? The word ‘excellence’ is derived from the … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 217: Symbiotic versus Parasitic Aggregation–Good Practice for Social Media

Led by: Dr Linnea Soler @DrLinneaSoler & Dr Nathalie Tasler @drntasler “There’s often a thin line between aggregation and theft. Sending readers to savor the work of others at the sites where they publish — that’s one thing. Excerpting or … Continue reading

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