Monthly Archives: October 2022

#LTHEchat 245: Teaching Teams  – Lecturers, Academic Developers, Learning Technologists, Learning Designers and Many Others! Led by @mphillpott

Traditionally most courses in Higher Education institutions are devised predominantly by academic staff who are the experts on the subject that is going to be taught. It has long been recognised, however, that academics are not necessarily professionally trained in … Continue reading

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LTHEchat 244: Community Co-creation of a Session or Module. Led by @hintondm Wed 19th Oct 22, 8pm BST.

On the Challenges of Designing Learning When designing teaching, learning and/or training sessions and modules we all commence with learning outcomes, official or unofficial. These provide a good statement of what our learners at the end of a set time … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 243: Self exclusion – through digital inequalities. Led by Christina Elliott @Dr_CL_Elliott with @scottturneruon and @gamergazz. Wed. 12th October 8pm UK.

In many respects this tweetchat follows on from the fantastic discussion #LTHEchat 238: Digital Inequality led by Puiyin Wong @Puiyin, 15th June 2022. During this discussion we discovered that the three of us had made the same worrying observation during … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 242: Social media and identity. Led by Lenandlar Singh, Wed 5th October, 8pm UK.

Background. How does social media help you to develop as an educator? My PhD research looks at how early career researchers use Twitter for identity development. Framed around the Identity-Trajectory framework (McAlpine et al, 2014) my research explores how early … Continue reading

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