Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Case studies of technology in teaching by Rebecca Sellers

Over the last few months with the technical skills of our assistant learning technologist, Tom Davis we have recorded a number of short case study videos showcasing how staff at Leeds Beckett use a range of technologies to support, engage and enhance learning and teaching. This is the starting point of an ongoing exercise to document range of tools used by staff and the variety of ways they are used in their day to day work of learning and teaching.  

The systems and tools that are covered in the first group of videos include Google apps, Twitter, Pebblepad and audio feedback.

If while watching the videos you think you could contribute a case study video or a written case study please get in touch. These examples along with other interviews and resources will be embedded into a new resource site to be created jointly between the Centre for Learning and Teaching, Distance Learning Unit and Learning Systems.  

If you would like to know more about any of the tools described in the videos please contact clt@leedsbeckett.ac.uk or look on the learning systems website for guides for the institutional tools.