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
We finished a year of exciting eCoffees with an inspiring session from Dr Siobhan Lynch. Siobhan shared the story of the creation and development of the Personal Professional Development module for final year undergraduates, which is delivered predominantly online, while students are on
I’ve been a fan of podcasting since I downloaded my first few shows almost a decade ago, and over the past few years at the University of Southampton, we’ve promoted listening and encouraged academics and students to start their own
In December’s eCoffee session, Nick Evans talked about his experiences in podcasting. He and Steve Lee co-create the popular fortnightly podcast The Science Shed, described as “an irreverent ramble through the undergrowth of academia”. The half-hour podcasts involve discussion of a range
Podcasting is another wonderful way to bring Christmas cheer. Whether it’s sharing your conversations, creating a platform for your thoughts and ideas, finding friends and bringing them together; podcasting is a chance to draw audiences into your experience and talk
This post was generated in preparation for a 5-minute talk for MEIN — Medical Education Innovation Network. Conference: Monday 25th September, University Hospital Southampton Podcasting is powerful, persuasive, articulate and easy to make, and a challenge to make well. Why? Firstly
Audio is a great education resource that students can use while travelling, waiting or working. It is easy to create, and students value the ‘human touch’ that voice offers compared with conventional texts.