1 October 2009 1 Comment
I had a meeting with a colleague at the University of Bath yesterday, where we spoke about a number of e-Learning and Web 2.0-type applications, including Moodle, the institutional VLE. However, he was keen to explore different institutionally supported tools and technologies which might enable him to do something different. Appearing below is a short list of the items that we discussed, along with accompanying links.
The University of Bath currently has four Access Grid Nodes. A past news item can be found on the BUCS website. All information contained within it however, is still very relevant.
In addition, I pointed to two blog posts I’d written over the last year or so.
- Details on a wide range e-Learning/Web 2.0 tools that I use, promote and offer limited support for. (Note that this blog post is over a year ago, but still very relevant)
- My thoughts on the use of Audio Feedback to support both formative and summative feedback. I’ve alos considered that this process could be facilitated through using the Moodle Assignment activity.
Looking back, did I miss anything out?