Kahoot: Art of War

Author: Phil McMillan – TELT Let’s set the scene, you are on the home straight, the medal and all the accolades that come with winning are within sight. You are primed, poised and powering through your rivals, many of whom you considered friends merely minutes prior. Everything hurts but you need to just keep pushing… Then your phone notification pops up, Read more…

Guest post – DigiLearn: From ‘Floating heads’ to simulated prisons: Reflecting on the endless possibilities of the DigiLearn Sector for Technology-enhanced learning (TEL)

Author: Sam Pywell – Lecturer in Occupational Therapy, University of Central Lancashire This blog is being written on the back of initiatives which have arisen from being a part of the DigiLearn Sector community. These have included: ‘Floating heads’ – the start of using video calling clinical practitioners from a physical classroom, the ‘SIMulated Hospital’ and Read more…

Guest post – DigiLearn: Building relationships in an online setting

 Author: Sarah Johnson – Lecturer in Midwifery  Imagine the challenge of commencing a professional undergraduate degree online, the same day as the national lockdown; this was the case for the March 2020 midwifery learning community. Learners starting university in the pandemic, missed out on coffee and lunches together, general chit chat, getting to know each other, Read more…