Evaluation of Learners' Experiences of e-learning Special Interest Group
ELESIG enjoys contributory sponsorship from a number of sources including the UK Higher Education Academy
ELESIG is a community of researchers and practitioners from higher and further education who are involved in investigations of learners' experiences and uses of technology in learning. ELESIG members work together to share knowledge and practice and develop a shared repertoire of resources which will be of benefit to the community and the sector.
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ELESIG's first AGM
If you weren't able to make the AGM in July 2015, the recording is now available.
This blog will be expanded into a summary of the fascintating talks from the day. For now, here are links to the presentations:
Posted by Vicki Dale on April 27, 2016 at 9:00
This is just to let you know that this Friday (1st April), 08.30-17.00 BST, we will be holding our second #BoldChat (Blended and Online Learning Development chat), slow tweet-chat, on the subject of online learners. We have recently implemented this as bite-size CPD for teachers at the University of Glasgow, but would warmly welcome you all to join in discussions if you can make it. …Continue
This poster has been produced as an introduction to the skills required to facilitate learning online.
Understand more about facilitating learning online and help make the online world a creative, happy, productive and relevant place for successful online learning.
Please click this link for the free…Continue
Posted by Katharine Jewitt on March 18, 2016 at 9:49
This is a five minute video I produced, for my work as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert (MIEE) to spark ideas on using Microsoft technology to improve student learning.
I hope this will inspire you to try new things and spark ideas on how to use Microsoft Technology in your own teaching to…Continue
Posted by Katharine Jewitt on March 15, 2016 at 15:31
I've produced a powtoon clip (2 minutes 17 seconds) to summarise some of the key concerns of creating and delivering online study material re: the importance of structure and navigation in the development of online study materials.
Click the link below to view: …
Posted by Katharine Jewitt on March 15, 2016 at 11:03
Inducting and socialising online learners is important. I've created a free poster to help those thinking about different kinds of course induction activities.
What do you expect from induction, icebreakers & starting online study? Click this link for a free poster: …Continue
Posted by Katharine Jewitt on March 9, 2016 at 3:42