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Open world, connected world

Nick Botfield, Learning Technologist for the Sciences, attended the Academic Practice and Technology (APT) Conference at the University of Greenwich, which focused on how teaching and learning can become more connected. Waves of change The conference was organised to ‘provide

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Future fit: building a digital institution

How can recent innovations in educational technology be used to support university life? This was the essence of  the debate at Building the Digital Institution, a recent conference held by the Centre for Educational Technology, Interoperability and Standards (Cetis). Pete Sparkes from

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The e-Classroom: From Flipped to Global to MOOC

Exploring Technology, Enquiry, and Pedagogy Monitoring emerging trends in learning technology and guiding the development of innovative teaching practice is a core activity of the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) team here at the University of Sussex. On 26th June 2014, Nick Botfield,

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Changing the learning landscape

Digital Literacy in the disciplines One of the reasons for increasing the use of technology in Higher Education is to develop students’ digital literacy. Anne Hole, a member of the Sussex Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) team, recently attended a Higher

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Smart devices for learning

Sally Burr from the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) team recently attended the Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (MELSIG). The ‘Smart Devices for Learning’ event hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University explored the impact that Smart technology – mobile devices, tablets, apps and social

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