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Monthly Archives: December 2012
The University of Reading is a project partner in a prestigious project to develop a multi-agent based intelligent tutoring system to support online teachers, trainers, tutors and learners: I-TUTOR. I-TUTOR, which stands for Intelligent Tutoring for Lifelong Learning is to be applied in … Continue reading
This week has seen the launch of our brand new collaborative e-newsletter, Digital Digest. Every month, we’ll be bringing you the latest news and comment about all things digital happening around the University. The first issue brings you our digital … Continue reading
Last week, the Digitally Ready team here at Reading invited staff to a workshop on ‘Students’ experiences with placements and opportunities for developing their digital literacies at the University’. Some 20 colleagues from academic and service departments across the University … Continue reading
Poll Everywhere: would you rather be attacked by one horse-sized duck or a herd of duck-sized horses?
Anyone standing in front of a crowd of student might be familiar with a mix of expectant and sleepy faces staring stoically ahead – their gaze occasionally brightened by the latest notification on their portable devices that life and imponderables, … Continue reading
For the New Year, we’ve re-launched the e-Learning Support area on Blackboard. We, in the e-Learning Team, have been trying to address the way we provide support for a while.
The Existing and Emerging Biotechnologies (EEB) Framework and our work in Creating a Global Agenda in the Biosciences and the Internationalisation Change Programme (ICP) , have recently enabled us to work with the Digitally Ready team. Via the small project … Continue reading
I’m a massive fan of our Teaching & Learning Showcase events – informal, bring-your-own-lunch gatherings with three speakers presenting on a topical issue and plenty of discussions, questions, sharing of ideas and experiences – so I was sad to miss … Continue reading
In attempting to write this blog post to sum up what 2012 has meant for Digitally Ready, the JISC-funded project here at the University of Reading to support staff and students in their use of digital technologies, I quickly found … Continue reading
Recently the School of Construction Management and Engineering (SCME) held a half-day workshop on ‘Industrial Partnership Companies and SCME’ to showcase their placement students. The workshop included presentations from four Part 3 students that had been on placement over the … Continue reading