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Susan Greig

Elearning@ed 6th May 2016: Keynote – Dr Laura Gogia

Elearning@Ed has become a regular feature of the University of Edinburgh conference calendar – the first one was held back in 2003. I was really pleased to take part this year, to hear great speakers and to meet colleagues from across the University and to announce the CMALT staff development …

A picture of my Second Life Avatar (a wolf) admiring the work of Jilla Lamar in Second Life

Adventures in IDEL

Last year I had the privilege of being a student on the Introduction to Digital Environments for Learning (IDEL) course which is the foundation course for the MSC in Digital Education. This was funded by a the Institute for Academic Development (IAD) who as part of their support for the …

Screencasting software: some thoughts on the best options

I have reviewed several software options, with both free and paid licenses, to assess whether it is worth replacing Camtasia Studio. Resources: www.teachertrainingvideos.com www.andrewdouch.wordpress.com/2014/02/13/the-best-screencasting-software-for-teachers  Windows Media Encoder + Windows Movie Maker This is software that can be downloaded for free with Windows, and in theory should work without problems on …

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