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Just starting online learning, teaching and assessment? Follow this route to acquire and demonstrate the skills and knowledge from the perspective of an online learner. Following the activities along this path, will earn you a CELT WBLT Certificate of Completion recognised by London Metropolitan University for CPD (Continuing Professional Development) purposes. The signposts to follow to gain a CELT Certificate of Completion are:
  1. What do I need to do to get a CELT CDP Certificate of Completion
  2. Digacy (Digital Literacies): learning about online learning and online learners
  3. Best Practice: the pedagogy of delivering to learners who are online
  4. Skills Audit: the basic practical skills needed for e-learning, e-teaching and e-assessing
  5. Theory Audit: basic theoretical frameworks for and research on e-learning
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Google Hangouts

Google Hangouts

Thu, October 30, 2014

Google Hangouts is a free way to communicate online with other people. There are three main types of hangout. 1. You can communicate by text chat which is similar to MSN or text messaging. 2. You can start or join an online video call where you... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Using the eMosaic

Using the eMosaic

Fri, October 03, 2014

The eMosaic is an ePortfolio system that allows you to capture and reflect on experiences and resources within a collaborative online environment. Using Brightwave's TinCan technology, the eMosaic gives learners and practitioners an opportunity... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Assessing learners by online means

Assessing learners by online means

Fri, June 06, 2014

This article was written for the eMatrix by Rafaela Athanasiadou as part of the Facilitating Online Learning module at London Metropolitan University. What is assessment? Assessment can come in many different forms: Diagnostic; where the focus is... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Digital Literacy skills

Digital Literacy skills

Wed, January 29, 2014

Let's start by defining digital literacy and then explore the skills needed to be literate in a digital environment. The definition of literacy is generally accepted as the ability to read and write - therefore the ability to connect to and... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Online discussion

Online discussion

Wed, January 22, 2014

Wherever you go on the web there are discussions happening. Online discussion comes in many forms. For example, one way to get involved in discussion is to comment. People might comment on blog posts to share ideas and give feedback or comment on... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Effective research using the library

Effective research using the library

Wed, January 22, 2014

London Met Library has a wealth of resources that can support your research. Start by visiting the London Met library website for links to all the information you need about how to access the library, opening times and how to take materials on loan... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

Webinars

Webinars

Wed, January 08, 2014

What's a webinar you ask? This post has all the information needed to get you started. A webinar is... an online seminar. There will be a host or speaker(s) who will lead and direct the webinar and there will also be attendees who form the... - read the full entry | Filed in the 'Expertise' section

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