Last Wednesday (19th September) LTE supported Teesside University Business School (TUBS) as they ran an induction event for around 200 students in the newly refurbished Business School premises…
Mobile apps aren’t just for use outside of the classroom – they can have just as much impact when used appropriately inside the classroom environment, especially in terms of student engagement…
Office Mix is a free plugin for Microsoft PowerPoint that offers a simple way to turn your PowerPoint slides into interactive online sessions and presentations. This is a great solution for anyone who wants to produce “screencasts” or “lecture casts”
Mobile technology has evolved rapidly over the past decade and studies show that by 2015, 80% of people accessing the Internet will be doing so from mobile devices. The number of mobile devices produced and purchased each year continues to
The mass amount of information available online today makes it increasingly difficult and time-consuming to find the exact content that we want. Filtering through the content to find valuable resources is not an easy task. This is where content curation
Introduction Before I begin, this post is not a debate about the pros and cons about flash or HTML5. It’s just going to be about my experiences of converting a flash app into HTML5 in order to get that flash
For the last few days I’ve been in Swansea for the first Blackboard Teaching & Learning Conference, a 3 day event hosted by Swansea University. Focused on innovation and looking forward, the conference had almost 50 presentations from institutions around the world and from Blackboard themselves, in this post I’ll be writing about some of the presentations I saw during the conference.
Andy Ramsden’s (University of Bath) introductory keynote at last weeks Durham Blackboard Users’ Conference highlighted a relatively new technology that is QR Codes. A QR (Quick Response) Code is a matrix code (or two-dimensional bar code) created by Japanese Corporation