Tuesday, December 14th 13.00-13.45, Collaborate Ultra. In the next Digital Pedagogy Reading Group, we’ll be discussing a ‘lessons learned’ article: Online University Teaching During and After the Covid-19 Crisis: Refocusing Teacher Presence and Learning Activity and experimenting with Miro as …

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Image by - Jernej Furman

At this year’s ALT (Association for Learning Technology) conference which ran 7-9th September the phrase Netiquette kept coming up. At first, I thought I had misheard it or there was some mispronunciation. It kept coming up. During the session on Future Pedagogical Imaginings somewhere between Blended and Hy-flex, I wrote in …

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Image: Replay by Pat Pilon (CC BY 2.0)

Recording lectures and other synchronous sessions supports effective self-regulation of learning, offering clear benefits to all students. Recordings should primarily be seen – and described to students – as resources to supplement attendance at live sessions (on-site or online). For …

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