Tweet A few years back my daughter (then aged 14) told me she was going out. To meet a friend at lunchtime. I asked who. A Facebook friend she didn’t know. Someone who had befriended her as they were the same age, lived in the same city, and had the same (unusual) first name. […]
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If you use Moodle as your VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) of choice you’re not alone. The latest statistics from the Moodle community site are impressive: over 1 million teachers and over 68 million students in 232 countries use it. Whether you are thinking of dipping your toes in the waters of VLEs, or whether you are already confidently swimming around in Moodle, you may find the Moodle tutorial videos below helpful.
Tweet 2012 is drawing to a close, and 2013 lies ahead of us. Time to take a look at some of the educational trends that have emerged over the last 12 months, and that are likely to dominate the educational technology scene in the coming year. Here are five trends that I think will […]
Tweet If you’re wondering what MOOCs are about, here’s a brief overview. All in 1 minute. For fast readers. What is a MOOC? A MOOC is a Massive Open Online Course. It’s free of charge (‘open’) to whoever wants to sign up (often a massive number of people) and it’s run online. MOOCs have […]
Free monthly webinars (online workshops or seminars) from the IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG 2011 – 2012.