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October 2015

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Archive Event : Clipper Project Workshop

20th November 2015 @ 10:00 am — 13:00pm

The Clipper Project is developing a free and open source software toolkit to support researchers in all disciplines who work with digital audio-visual media. We invite you to attend this free community consultation and co-design workshop at the Disruptive Media Learning Lab, Coventry University, it starts at 10:00. At the workshop we shall be reviewing..

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Blog : Winter Light Bites: Technology Tasters

28th October 2015
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Disruptive Educator Ian Upton has organised several lunch time sessions for educators and learners to find out about different technology applications that can be implemented in the classroom. From Adobe Slate to Evernote to Twitter, Ian will be hosting interactive workshops all the way up to the Christmas break! This is a fantastic opportunity for..

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Archive Event : Light Bites: Adobe Voice

6th November 2015 @ 12:00 am — 13:00pm
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Digital Storytelling made easy… Digital Storytelling is a powerful way to engage students in articulating thoughts and ideas. In this session we will explore how Adobe Voice can enable students to mix spoken words, images and text to create and publish ‘narrative video sequences’ in a very straightforward and intuitive way. 12.00pm – 1.00pm Friday..

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Archive Event : Light Bites: Creative Commons

2nd November 2015 @ 12:00 am — 13:00pm
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Use images (and other resources) found on the Internet legally and for free… Creative Commons is a great way to find resources that you can use in your work legally and for free. In this session we explore Creative Commons, where you can find ‘CC Resources’ and how you can use them in your work…

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Project : Photobooks: Morocco

15th October 2015
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Overview The book can offer a way to think about time, space, memory and communication – elements that are vital to successful communication through any artist medium. Furthermore it offers a coherent vehicle for communication which is able to travel easily, change hands simply, and pass on ideas fluently. Here, we set out to bring..

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Archive Event : Open Data App Mashup

19th October 2015 @ 2:00 am — 15:30pm

Interested in App development? Do you think you can design an app to support students through their university experience? We want to support your application to the National JISC Competition, in which you can get national recognition and £5,000 worth of development to make your App a reality. On Monday 19th October @2pm, come to..

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Archive Event : Game Changers: Gamify your Learning

14th October 2015 @ 1:00 am — 14:00pm

Want to add play to how you learn? Does game design appeal to you, but you aren’t sure where to even start? We at the DMLL are designing a brand new free programme to guide you through the development of gamifying your learning. On 14th October, we are hosting a steering group to find out..

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Blog : Diary of an Intern: Weeks 13 & 14 – Juggling like a Champ

5th October 2015
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University has started again, happy days! Well, happy until I found what semesterisation meant: half the time and double the work! Well, it hasn’t been too hard so far. I’m glad I had this job to help me train for being good at solve problems. I have been pulled left and right, between buildings and people, even though..

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Blog : Reblog: Work-Life-Play Blend: Sylvester’s Visiting Fellowship in America

2nd October 2015
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I was recently awarded a Research Collaboration Fellowship that has allowed me to engage with researchers and practitioners within the area of games science. Games Science can be defined as a field under which, applied games approaches, such as serious games and gamification can be framed- techniques that are underpinned by pedagogical, motivational and psychological theories..

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