Do you use Twitter? Do you think it's just a bunch of tweeting celebrities? Read on to find out why some academics swear by it...
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Why Use Twitter?

Synchronous and asynchronous learner support & learning & teaching delivery, informed by an awareness of the social and cultural contexts of learners...
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Supporting diverse learners

How to use online tools and activities to enhance student learning
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Facilitating online learning processes...

A broad overview covering a few ways to approach analysing research data, especially suitable for social science research areas
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Analysing Your Research Data

A brief overview of considerations and techniques to use for gathering research data, especially in social sciences contexts
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Gathering Data for your Research

Shortreads is the name we're giving to a new quick and easy way of contributing to the Ematrix. Write and send us an email, it's that easy! ...
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What are Shortreads?

What tools can help you find information on the internet?
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Tools for finding information

An introduction to e-learning.
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What is e-learning?

The benefits of e-learning and how it can help you succeed as a learner.
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How will learning online help me...

In this post which focuses on digital literacy skills, we explore what a digital footprint is and what it means for you.
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What is digital literacy?

The London Met Elearning Matrix

The London Metropolitan University Elearning Matrix gathers together tutorials, news, articles and educational resources for online learning, teaching and assessment that are relevant to the development of HE practice. The site is curated by the CELT eLearning team at London Metropolitan University. Staff from across all faculties and universities are invited to contribute to these resources, as well as anyone interested and involved in elearning who may not be part of a university. Please use the contact form if you have an idea or need for content.

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How to use this site

  • Channels and categories: use the main three areas to find content focused on Tutorials, Blackboard (aka weblearn) or Expertise knowledge
  • General browsing by type: browse types of content using the media, pedagogy, resources or disciplines browsing areas
  • Tags: tags make it super fast to find content covering a specific topic, like social media, or video, for example
  • Search: if you want to narrow down content selections, just type in some words you think most appropriate, and click the submit button 
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Expertise
Expertise

Follow this route to acquire and demonstrate the skills and knowledge... Browse Expertise

Tutorials
Tutorials

Tutorials are available in a variety of areas: the VLE, content... Browse Tutorials

Weblearn
Weblearn

How can you use Weblearn (Blackboard 9.1) to enhance teaching and... Browse Weblearn