Padlet – My new best friend!

Author: Amy Parkes – Lecturer Practitioner in Physiotherapy, University of Central Lancashire  Since stepping through UCLan’s doors just over 2 years ago, I like to think I have been somewhat akin to a sponge, absorbing ideas from everyone I meet and catching on the coat tails of other’s innovation and good practice (please don’t judge – hopefully one Read more…

Guest post – DigiLearn: A double portion of ‘TLC’: Teacher Learner Connectivity and Tender Loving Care

Author: Louise Speakman – Lecturer in Midwifery  I joined UCLan the day the UK entered lockdown. This was the same day that a new cohort of student midwives commenced their midwifery programme of study; and we quickly (and affectionally), established ourselves as the covid-cohort and covid-lecturer. As the world adjusted to this unprecedented reality, one phrase I often Read more…

Guest post – DigiLearn: Digital Communication: Beyond mono-cultural education with Microsoft Presentation Translator

Author: Andrew Grice, Lecturer in International Business Communications. I lecture on the BA (Hons) in International Business Communications at the University Central Lancashire. My education philosophy stems from a belief that as educators, we can construct learning environments that can both help and/or hinder student performance. Interest in technology-enabled teaching Read more…