Author Archives: teresamac

About teresamac

Experienced language educator and innovator. Teaching French for 30 years, researching voice over the internet and telecollaboration in language teaching, informal learning, assessment and learning theories.

#LTHEchat 71: Christmas special with Daniel Scott

Our final chat of 2016 will provide an opportunity to get into the mood for the festive season through a range of fun digital activities mediated by Daniel Scott, @_Daniel_Scott. Daniel is an award winning learning technologist who recently received … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 70: Linguistic diversity in the classroom and online.

Alastair Creelman works as an e-learning specialist at Linnaeus University in Kalmar, south-east Sweden. Originally from Dundee, Scotland, he has lived in Sweden and Finland since 1983. His main areas of interest are open education, the use of social media … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 67:Using data and artificial intelligence to improve learning and teaching.

As you may be aware Jisc are running a sector wide consultation, #Codesign16, on six topics that we’d like to spark a sector discussion over the next few weeks to identify the most promising areas to explore. Two of these … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 66: The porous university

My name is Ronald Macintyre, presently I am the R&D Manager for a Scottish Government funded programme called Open Educational Practices Scotland, it is sector wide aimed at raising awareness and building capacity in the development and use of free … Continue reading

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#LTHEchat 63: The University Library in the 21st Century. With Isobel Gowers @Isobel_Gowers

Isobel Gowers started teaching whilst a post-doc at the University of Sheffield. With an interest in equine and human joint disease she became a lecturer at Writtle University College in 2009, where she is now Head of Learning and Teaching. … Continue reading

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