How can I use an image labelled CC BY? What about CC BY-ND? Which one should I apply to my work? What do these acronyms mean? Creative Commons (CC) licences are assigned by creators (authors, artists etc) to their work. The CC licence makes it easier to share copyrighted work by defining the conditions of… continue reading »
Reducing the size of video files is useful to save bandwidth and make videos more accessible for students on the move. If you are using Moodle there is a file-size limit of 200Mb. If you are making the video available via Echo360 that limit does not apply, as Echo360 streams the file. Fortunately reducing the… continue reading »
Do you want to learn more about educational, office, business, or hobby software? Where do you go? The University has made access to Lynda.com free through ITS.
Are you using blogging for education, pedagogy, research? Would you like to participate in a Twitter Conference? PressEDConf18 is the place to be … Contributions due 23 February 2018. Conference starts 2200h 29 March 2018 (1000h 29 March 2018 British Summer Time) Participate by following the hashtag #pressedconf18 More info at https://pressedconf.org/ Want some… continue reading »
Have you ever watched a movie and thought about what you learned from it for days afterwards? Have you watched a video and forgotten about it as soon as the end credits rolled? Whether a video sticks with you and keeps you thinking is down to a considered use of visuals and script to… continue reading »
The 12 apps of Christmas are back, the year must be almost done!! This (free) short course will show you 12 apps, and how to use them for learning, teaching, or professional purposes. You’ll get 10-minute tasks to help you get started with the day’s app. Follow the hashtag: #UL12apps to see the learning, share… continue reading »
Did you know that a majority of students surveyed access their learning content while on the move on a regular basis? If that learning content is on a Learning Management System (LMS, e.g. Moodle or Blackboard) then we need to begin thinking about how to ensure that course pages, activities and resources are viewable and easy… continue reading »
If you want to keep up with what is happening with University of Otago eLearning, check out the eLearning News blog by eLearning, Teaching and Learning Facilities (ITS). This is where you can find the latest updates on what is happening with SafeAssign, Blackboard, Otago Capture and other University of Otago supported eLearning platforms.
Workshop is a powerful peer assessment activity. At UOC we use it with a marking Rubric and students peer assess each others presentations live online for the whole 100 students in TI year in Hauora Maori Students submit their own work and then receive a number of submissions from other students which they must assess… continue reading »
By tagging resources within Moodle, the curriculum map will automatically display this link on the appropriate Core Element, such as Core Presentations, Core Professional Activities and Core Conditions. The resource sits within Moodle, so will only be accessible by medical students and staff. But you can see the link without a login. You can tag… continue reading »