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#SUNDAYSPOKE: Use AUDACITY to record discussions and Q&A for assessments @SIR8DOT

Assistive TechShaun Richards (@sir8DoT) from University of Exeter suggested the use of AUDACITY  spoke to the ASSESSMENT mode of engagement. ‘Use AUDACITY to record discussions and Q&A for assessments’ on the ASSISTIVE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY LearningWheel.

 

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What is AUDACITY?

Audacity is a free, easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. The interface is translated into many languages. You can use Audacity to:

Why not try it out and tell how you used it… how did your students respond? Please share your experiences with @LearningWheel #LearningWheel.

SundaySpoke Zaption by Paul Warren

#SUNDAYSPOKE: Create an interactive test of referencing using #ZAPTION #LearningWheel

Paul Warren shares Zaption

paul warrenPaul Warren (@paulw_learn) from Swindon College added his suggestion spoke to the ASSESSMENT mode of engagement ‘Create an interactive test of referencing using www.zaption.com’

on the Bett Show 2016 LearningWheel back in January.

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What is ZAPTION?

Screen Shot 2016-07-03 at 10.46.28It is a digital resource where you can discover, customise, share and track online interactive videos. You can create engaging video lessons in minutes that engage students and deepen understanding.

Take a look for yourself… ZAPTION

 

 

Why not try Zaption out and tell how you used it… how did your students respond?

Please share your experiences with @LearningWheel #LearningWheel.

Jisc Change Agents Network National Meet Up Conference

This Conference LearningWheel was commissioned (and Captained) by Sarah Knight and Anthony Beal from Jisc. Thank you to all those who contributed ‘spokes’ to the wheel – you have all been cited on the final wheel (see above).

On 2nd June, the University of Lincoln hosted the 4th annual meet up of the network, with 175 participants from over 47 institutions representing higher and further education, of which 63 were students. From the initial meeting in 2013 hosted by Simon Walker and Mark Kerrigan, at the University of Greenwich, with 15 change agents, to 70 participants at the University of Winchester in 2014, 120 in Birmingham in 2015 and now 175 for our 4th annual meet up, it shows the impact student partnerships in having on driving change with technology and enhancing learning and teaching in HE and FE and Skills. Read more

Thoughts from Ellen Lessner and the event STORIFY.