Monthly Archives: May 2011

Workshop: Rapid eLearning, a lecturer’s best friend

Workshop facilitator: JP Bosman, Stellenbosch Workshop date and location: 8th of June 2011, 9.00-12.00, lab 3.11, IT Center, Bellville Max available places: 25 Workshop description: There is a myth around designing and  developing e-learning materials that it is expensive, time-consuming … Continue reading

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Graphic Design ECP knock-out: using clickers for practicing concepts

Context: 30 ECP Graphic Design students. Reason for using clickers After assessing a class test on difficult concepts in Graphic Design, Edwine Simone, the lecturer, decided to use clickers to run a pub quiz on concepts that students struggled with in … Continue reading

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Developing digital literacies through digital storytelling

This is the presentation and the video I presented at the eLA 2011 conference. The programme can be found here. This presentation was a critical reflection on a project we carried out last year in the Faculty of Education, where … Continue reading

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Increasing options for student learning through the use of mobile devices

Facilitator: Dr Philip Uys, Director, Strategic Learning and Teaching Innovation, Charles Sturt University, Australia Date and location: Monday, 30th of May 2011, 14.00-16.00, Preview Room, Fundani, Bellville Workshop description: The seminar aims to encourage discussion about new options for student learning … Continue reading

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Pearson’s Mylabs to engage students in Maths, Physics, Engineering and Chemistry

Facilitator: Didi Pletts, Technology Solutions Manager, Pearson, South Africa Workshop date: 19th of May 2011, 14.00-16.00 Location: B109 in the Science Building, Bellville, CPUT Workshop description: This workshop on “Pearson MyLabs” and “Mastering” will showcase how the online environment can assist the student learning … Continue reading

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