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Using Videos in learning and teaching - submitted by Steve Woodward, University of Glamorgan

Using Video (vods vlogs) in Learning and Teaching - S Woodward.doc



Enhancing student revision using Podcasts - submitted by Mark Gamble, University of Bedfordshire





The next six documents have been submitted by Graham McElearney, University of Sheffield:

Hands On Podcasting Jan 2008 GM MM.ppt

Planning Your Podcast.doc

Podcasting in Learning and Teaching November 2007 GM MM.ppt

Podcasting Document Final.doc

Using the University of London Computing Centre Podcasting Service.doc

using-audacity GM hands on v3.doc


audio feedback wiki, submitted by Chrissi Nerantzi, University of Sunderland

Academic Development has started offering face-to-face audio feedback workshops across the university to introduce alternative feedback methods and support lecturers in improving their feedback practice to enhance the student experience. An audio feedback wiki has been created to enable deeper engagement and create a learning community that shares experiences and is learning with and from each other. Please access our wiki at audio feedback wiki for further information.


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