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Everything in Pedagogy is sorted into areas of pedagogical theory, whether it's resources, further reading, examples or tutorials.

Recent entries in Connectivism

Why Use Twitter?

Why Use Twitter?

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...   Twitter - what's all the fuss about?   Twitter, like Facebook, seems to be one of those 21st century phenomena which polarises... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

London Met Blended Learning Practice

London Met Blended Learning Practice

We put together a short list of work and links on how academics at London Met are using blended learning approaches in their learning and teaching. Staff at London Met have been engaged in using Blended Learning as an approach and pedgagogy in the context of their learning and teaching for... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Universities' section

Making sense of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)

Making sense of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses)

You've probably seen some of the hype surrounding MOOCs recently, but what exactly are MOOCs and do they matter? Entering the MOOC maze... There has been a huge amount of hype about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) recently, with some people arguing that... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

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Recent entries in Constructive Perspective

Disseminating Student Research

Disseminating Student Research

Many levels of student research exist: undergraduate and post graduate dissertations and more in depth PhD projects. How can we make the most of them? Having just completed my own (second) masters dissertation, a fairly comprehensive piece of work focusing on Technology Enhanced Learning uptake in... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Universities' section

Finding the right blend in lectures

Finding the right blend in lectures

In a technology saturated environment, how can lectures and large group teaching situations be made more engaging and interactive?   The Lecture is dead. Long live the lecture! Why change the habit of a lifetime? If it ain’t broke, why fix it? Looking up from... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

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Recent entries in Situative Perspective

Blogs, Journals & Discussions – which to choose?

Blogs, Journals & Discussions – which to choose?

With the number of communication tools in Blackboard, how can you choose the most appropriate tool for the job? What’s the difference between Blogs, J Spoilt for choice Blackboard 9.1 has some improved communication tools which allow you and your students to create and sustain dialogue.... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Weblearn' section

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Recent entries in Social Constructive

Why Use Twitter?

Why Use Twitter?

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...   Twitter - what's all the fuss about?   Twitter, like Facebook, seems to be one of those 21st century phenomena which polarises... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Tutorials' section

Supporting diverse learners

Supporting diverse learners

Synchronous and asynchronous learner support & learning & teaching delivery, informed by an awareness of the social and cultural contexts of learners This article was written for the eMatrix by Dr. Agata Sadza, Senior Lecturer in Applied Translation at London Metropolitan... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Content and Creativity

Content and Creativity

A short piece on content and creativity, for an upcoming seminar given as part of the Holloway Arts festival 2014 The New Consumer Creators: curation and creation in digital worlds The greatest challenge today is in how we deal with all the information currently... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Blog' section

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Recent entries in Work Based Learning

London Met Blended Learning Practice

London Met Blended Learning Practice

We put together a short list of work and links on how academics at London Met are using blended learning approaches in their learning and teaching. Staff at London Met have been engaged in using Blended Learning as an approach and pedgagogy in the context of their learning and teaching for... Read the full entry | Filed in the 'Universities' section

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