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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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Videos / Solving Scientific Problems using Video Games

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Speaker: Seth Cooper Location: The Grass     About the session Foreword by Seth Cooper: “Rather than solving problems with a purely computational approach, combining humans and computers can provide a means for solving problems neither could solve alone. Video games provide a compelling framework for this approach: they are a natural space for problem solving..

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Videos / Flipped Learning: Community of Practice II

Speaker: Martin Jenkins Location: The Grass Sign up here About the session The term flipped learning or flipped classroom is relatively new.  Its emergence reflects the ease with which it is now possible to use learning technologies within the learning process, be that to provide access to information, provide feedback or create opportunities for interaction.  It..

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Videos / Flipped Learning: Community of Practice

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Speaker: Danny Carroll Location: The Grass     About the session Danny Carroll, Project leader of the active Learning Initiative at the University of New South Wales, Australia, will convene and lead an experiential learning session demonstrating key features of active learning in technology rich spaces.   Some prep work is required before the event in..

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Blog : #disruptivebytes: Summer Celebration a Buzzing Afternoon

4th June 2015

On Tuesday 2nd June our third disruptive bytes, organised by Helen Keegan. Peter Bryant from London School of Economics came as the lunch time speaker; he brought so much energy, passion and excitement bringing up important questions around learning for 21st Century learners, challenging both mindsets and technologies in the (physical and virtual) classroom. Following Peter’s talk we..

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Archive Event : #disruptivebytes: gamifying learning spaces

27th May 2015 @ 12:00 pm — 13:00pm
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On Wednesday 27th May join us in a bitesize session to learn more about gamifying library spaces. from visiting guests LibraryGame. Shay Moradi will speak about some of the challenges, perceptions and lessons from the journey of developing LibraryGame which aims to support library services in an interesting and gamified way. Click here to register

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Videos / Gamifying Learning Spaces

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Speaker: Shay Moradi Location: The Grass     About the session The Disruptive Media Learning Lab’s second #disruptivebytes session welcomes you to learn more about gamifying library spaces from visiting guests LibraryGame. Shay Moradi visited the lab to speak about some of the challenges, perceptions and lessons from his journey of developing Librarygame, which aims to support library services in..

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Archive Event : Disruptive Bytes: Badges for Learning

1st April 2015 @ 12:00 pm — 17:00pm
Badging for Learning

On Wednesday 1st April we will be launching the first in our series of Disruptive Bytes. This series will address, showcase and challenge disruptive practices in teaching, learning and research. The event aims to provoke thoughts, raise questions, foster creativity and promote collaborations. Click here to sign up

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Videos / Badging for Learning

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  About the session The Disruptive Media Learning Lab was host to a hands-on Badging Workshop by Mark Riches (Co-Founder of Makewaves). Mark delivered a short talk about badging before giving attendees the tools to integrate badging into their teaching and learning activities. If you would like to learn more about badging or you have a class,..

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Blog : Launching Disruptive Bytes

26th March 2015
Badging for Learning

On Wednesday 1st April we will be launching the first in our series of Disruptive Bytes. This series will address, showcase and challenge disruptive practices in teaching, learning and research. The event aims to provoke thoughts, raise questions, foster creativity and promote collaborations. Kicking off the disruption is Mark Riches, co-founder and CEO of Makewaves – a..

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