Resources from an online session where we found out how staff and students at Cardiff and Vale College have explored using Second Life in subjects ranging from science to travel and tourism.
Resources from an online session for the post-16 sector in Wales on using audio and video in the creation of digital learning resources.
In April we ran an online session on creating and using Welsh medium and bilingual resources. Guest contributors included the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol (Dr Lowri Morgans, Joanna Evans, Mary Richards and Enfys Owen), Welsh Government (Gareth Morlais) and Sgiliaith (Helen Humphreys). Thankyou to Lowri for this guest blog post, Welsh first, followed by English translation and further resources.
Webinar Recording of Lis Parcell and Zac Gribble leading a session on effective digital learning development. Thinking about defining a digital learning resource and best practices for copyright, inclusion, privacy and images. Aimed at the WBL,ACL and FE sectors in Wales
Scott shares the outputs from the ‘Myth-busting digital pedagogy’ workshops delivered in collaboration with the FE sector. Details of how to get involved with Jisc’s digital pedagogy deep dive working group are also included.
Scott shares the findings from two recent online events focusing on wellbeing issues from across the FE sector.
Scott shares his reflections on a recent debate from a Jisc webinar about whether cameras should be on or off in live sessions.
Scott discusses Jisc’s new 3D scanning service and what it involves for members at the recent Introduction to 3D scanning and photogrammetry for immersive content creators event at our Fetter Lane office in London.
In response to Jisc’s revised definition of digital wellbeing Scott explores what this means to him. Examples from across the sector are included as well as useful links to Jisc’s developing work in this area.
As the #ConnectMore19 events draw to a close the digital practice Subject Specialists in Jisc share some of their highlights.