It’s been another year packed with tips, tools and tricks for eCoffee@SGH. We’ve been inspired by colleagues across Medicine and Health Sciences, sharing valuable ways technology is being used to enhance education and working practice. Colleagues from Digital Learning have also led a number of sessions, inviting discussion on how particular tools and techniques might be used in healthcare education.
Struggling to capture students’ attention? We live in a world where most, if not all of us, use technology all day every day. No matter what subject you are teaching, it’s probable that written or verbal information alone won’t get
Panopto: not just lecture capture was our theme for December’s eCoffee, looking at the various ways Panopto can be used to support teaching, learning and assessment. The university help pages for Panopto at http://go.soton.ac.uk/panopto are a great source to help you get started, and
Improving assessment reliability and student experience with a particular focus on student feedback and opportunities for reflection A general criticism of many areas of learning in HE has been around the quality of student feedback. If students have taken part
Lecture capture using Panopto can help students revise, work around timetable clashes, catch up missed sessions and assist with a wide range of learning differences and disabilities. But this is still a very basic use of a technology that offers
I and two colleagues attended Panopto’s annual conference in London last week, a professional event with over 300 delegates at 30 Euston Square, an impressive building owned by the Royal College of General Practitioners. It was a far cry from