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Next EMLT Event 2020

Our winter meeting of the East Midlands Learning Technologists group is due to take place as an online webinar on Wednesday 5th February 2020, 12:00-13:30. Microsoft Office365: What have we done about using it with students? Following on from the successful event we held on this topic in 2018 we wanted to explore where people […] View Article

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8th January, 2020 – Campus Meet-up in Leeds

Meet-up If you have not yet attended a LS-Sig Campus meet-up, the day is formed of group presentation/discussion on a series of issues involving learning space design and implementation held in the morning, followed by campus tours/discussions of best-practice used at the hosting-institution’s spaces that finish out the afternoon. Themes for the 8th of January […] View Article

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#LTFE: What’s my identity? Exploring the identity of a Learning Technologist through the analysis of a tweet.

By Geraldine Murphy, Rachel Challen and David Hopkins. Methodology Based on David Hopkins previous blog posts about perceived identities of Learning Technologists, the #LTFE project was developed to explore this conundrum in Further Education. The outcomes of the #LTFE project were based on qualitative data that was collected through the capture and archiving of Twitter posts from October 2013-November […] View Article

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CMALT: My Journey

In November 2013 I was awarded my CMALT accreditation from the Associate for Learning Technology. I wrote about my journey on my own blog, and provided a few short but important tips for anyone looking at working towards their own CMALT award. Here is that post. After an awfully long time I have written, submitted, […] View Article

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