Space Meets Pedagogy: Shaping Active and Collaborative Learning Environments at Ulster

Yesterday I was delivering a ‘BYOD4L’ workshop as part of the Ulster University Centre for Higher Education Research & Practice Conference 2015,. The theme of the conference was ‘Space meets Pedagogy’, providing staff and students  from across the University and our partnership colleges with the opportunity to think about how learning spaces shape collaborative and active…

BYOD4L Workshop at the CHERP 4th Annual Conference

Space Meets Pedagogy: Shaping Active and Collaborative Learning Environments at Ulster The following workshop will be delivered as part of the 4th Annual Conference  on the 22nd January. Register here to attend the conference. Bring your own Device for Learning: Using Smart technology to transform learning spaces Smart technology is transforming the way we engage…

BYOD4L January 2015

The Collaborative Open Online Course, Bring Your Own Device for Learning (BYOD4L) will be offered again during the week of 12-16 of January 2015. I will be facilitating the course with friends and colleagues across Northern Ireland in both the HE and FE sector. On each day of the one week course we  use a…

Project Outputs

The project to develop an Open Educational Resource with students at Ulster is coming to an end. The resource is now available here: OER The students delivered a Pecha Kucha presentation at the HEASTEM event in Edinburgh in May, the slides are available here: Pecha Kucha slides presentation An augmented reality poster was presented at…

Changing the Learning Landscape Workshop, Plymouth

This week saw the reunion of several participants from the early pilots of the Visitor and Resident project. In a Changing Learning Landscape workshop (#CLL1314), we shared practice on how the mapping process had been used at our different institutions and in our different disciplines. More information and resources on the Visitor and Resident mapping…

BYOD4L

Following on from my participation in the BYOD4L Collaborative Open Online Course earlier this year delivered by the excellent @chrissinerantzi and @suebecks and their team of facilitators from @MELSIG and elsewhere, I am delighted to be facilitating the delivery of the course across Northern Ireland, this summer. The 1 week intensive course provides a bite…

Promoting problem-based learning

“An evaluation of resource development and dissemination activities designed to promote problem-based learning at the University of Ulster” has been published on Taylor & Francis Online. The ePrint is available here (50 ePrints available).