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Blog : A Home Educator’s Thoughts on Mission Shakespeare

2nd May 2017
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We recently received fantastic feedback from a home educator who contacted Makewaves to let them know of their experience using Mission Shakespeare. It’s great to hear of people’s experiences and the impact of Mission Shakespeare. I thought the Shakespeare badges were terrific and am really excited when partners make new badges available aligned with topical news,..

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Blog : Mission Shakespeare: a new interactive online partnership for Shakespeare Week

8th March 2017
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  Shakespeare has gone digital to encourage children to get online and learn about all things Bard thanks to a new interactive partnership for Shakespeare Week 2017. Mission Shakespeare is a new learning educational site launched to take learning of the life and works of William Shakespeare outside the classroom and introduce primary school children..

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Project : CU Domain of One’s Own

26th September 2016
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Overview Domain of One’s Own (DoOO) initiatives allow students and faculty to register a subdomain (or buy a separate domain) and associate it with hosted web space offered by their universities for free. After leaving university, users have the choice to download a backup of their files and data that may be restored using the..

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Blog : Ready to become a Digital Leader?

26th September 2016
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Digital Leaders is a new and exciting opportunity for Coventry University students to develop digital skills and learn techniques to pass those skills on to others. No matter whether you already are digital savvy or not, enrolled in a undergraduate or a postgraduate course, applications from any students eager to increase their own understanding of the digital..

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Project : Immersive Telepresence in Theatre

21st September 2016
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Project leaders: Dr Tom Gorman, Dr Tiina Syrja, Senior Lecturer in Acting & Dr Mikko Kanninen, Senior Lecturer in Theatre Partners: Coventry University & University of Tampere (Finland) Overview: This project explores international co-operation in acting in a foreign language within a system that promotes a more environmentally sustainable model, eliminating (or at least diminishing) the need to..

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Project : Digital Leaders

12th September 2016
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Overview: CU Digital Leaders is a new student-staff partnership being piloted in 2016-17 with the aim of helping students improve their digital competences, take ownership of their online presence and gain awareness of their own digital identities. Based on peer-to-peer learning, This initiative is a collaboration of the Lanchester Library, the Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL), and the Office of..

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Blog : What is an Open Badge?

10th August 2016
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Reblogged from CU Open Badges. An increasingly popular means of recognising, rewarding and publicising achievements, skills and knowledge. Open Badges are… “a new online standard to recognize and verify learning”- Mozilla Open Badges earned from multiple sources and collected in a single backpack stackable, allowing earners to build a rich digital identity displayed across social..

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White Papers / (Online) Learning Spaces

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Author: Jacqui Speculand Foreword: In the spirit of openness, these papers are designed to be fluid in nature, and evolve over time. With this in mind, we encourage you to leave notes, write response posts, and share this paper. The use of technology in learning, and the implementation of web-based learning environments, enhance and extend traditional..

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Insights / Digital Pedagogies

The evaluation of the use of digital pedagogies in the lab’s OIL (Online International Learning) modules revealed the following key points through the evaluation process: Delivery of teaching and learning activity Using learning designed to promote online international discussion stimulated students’ critical thinking, problem-solving, team work and intercultural sensitivity Both synchronous and asynchronous internationally mixed..

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Blog : Charlie talks Work Experience: Week 5

15th March 2016

by Charlie Legge, student at Coventry University doing his work experience with the lab I’ve had a week off work due to being away, but now it’s back to the grindstone. I’ve completed a rough user guide for Learnium and I’m in the process of reviewing consent forms and surveys as part of the next stage..

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