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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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White Papers / Co-Creation and Viral Learning

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Author: Helen Keegan 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. Introduction Defining Co-Creation and Viral Learning The rise of participatory digital media and online social networking..

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Blog : Reblog: Lights, Camera – Reflection!

6th June 2016
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Films That Make You Feel Good (FTMYFG) is a professional work experience aimed for undergraduates, primarily for media or science students. The project offers quality curated cinema experiences at Phoenix Leicester’s independent cinema & Leicester City Council’s Neighbourhood team. The films had been carefully chosen on the basis of enhancing a social interaction, joyful emotions..

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Blog : Films to Make you Feel Good Media Workshop

18th December 2015
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Reblogged from kategreen28.org In the midst of working with researchers and project leads pioneering with innovations in pedagogy, I find myself often forgetting my background in the creative arts. As part of my role as Projects and Community Assistant, I manage students and graduates who work ad-hoc on projects in different capacities; some of these..

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Project : Films to Make You Feel Good

23rd November 2015
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Overview This project is providing second year Media and Communication students with the opportunity to work with Phoenix, Leicester’s independent cinema and arts centre and Leicester City Council’s Neighbourhood Management team to get hands on experience to support a programme of screenings as part of the ‘Films To Make You Feel Good’ project in which..

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Game Changers

Project : Game Changers

18th November 2015
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Overview The Game Changers Programme aims to explore, experiment and exploit game design thinking in fostering creative problem solving and cross-disciplinary design collaboration. The overarching pedagogical construct of the initiative is motivated by ‘learning by designing’, which is a project-based inquiry approach. The programme will facilitate new models of teaching and learning, new practice in..

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Videos / Making Lectures More Interactive with Echo360’s Active Learning Platform

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Speaker: Sam Hegarty Location: The Grass     About the session Sam Hegarty, Project Officer, Business eLearning, University of New South Wales provided some demonstrations of technology-enhanced learning tools that the University of New South Wales are utilising. The University of New South Wales is currently piloting the Active Learning Platform, which is increasing engagement and participation amongst..

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Videos / Exploring Collaborative Projects using Mobile Social Media

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Speaker: Thomas Cochrane Location: The Grass     About the session Join us and Thom for his second #disruptivebytes centred around mobile learning. In his first session we heard about his personal developments using mobile technologies in teaching and learning. In this second session he will be presenting an overview of three examples of #mlearning collaborative..

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Videos / Think Different with Mobile Learning

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Speaker: Thomas Cochrane Location: The Grass     About the session Dr Thomas Cochrane (a leading mobile learning researcher-practitioner) joined the DMLL from 14-25 September 2015, during which time he provided workshops and individual consultations focusing on: social/mobile media, augmented reality, mobile filmmaking and emerging pedagogies. Thom demonstrated some examples of his mobile/social/AR work, which you..

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