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Cracking Open Education

A major challenge facing the adoption of new ideas and innovative practices is that of overcoming existing socially created dispositions and values or, as Derek Robertson from the University of Dundee put it in his recent seminar on games-based learning

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Technology, pedagogy and the language of change #bett2015

David Walker (Head of Technology Enhanced Learning, University of Sussex) reflects on Bett 2015. I recently had the honour of participating in a panel session at Bett, one of the world’s largest educational technology events and trade shows, as part

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‘Technology, technology, technology…’ a student’s view #sussexmtw

Lenart Celar, Eva Brittin-Snell and Lucy Hensher are the University of Sussex Library’s SAGE Undergraduate Scholars. They are part of a three year project that will help the Library to learn more about students’ information and learning behaviours. They write

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Learning on the move – Mobile Technologies Week!

The Library and Technology Enhanced Learning have come together to organise a week of exciting events for University of Sussex staff, students and researchers around the use of mobile technologies to support teaching and learning. Mobile Technologies Week begins on

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Digital, interactive and inclusive?

Digital media and associated technologies afford many new opportunities to enhance and innovate in teaching and similarly to support and enrich student learning. Used positively, these technologies can facilitate interaction and active engagement (both within the classroom and beyond), and

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