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.
Amie Fletcher and Isabel Whitley from Vevox joined us for February’s Connect event, to share some updates and suggestions for making the most of Vevox in teaching. The slides from the sesssion can be downloaded below. Vevox also ran a
Clickers have provided a good way of involving learners more actively in lectures, and with mobile devices increasingly ubiquitous, quizzing, polling and feedback are becoming easier to integrate into taught sessions. At this month’s eCoffee session we explored some of
Mid-module surveys are a great way to gain meaningful feedback from your students that enables you to take action and respond to any issues they raise. Vevox (formerly known as Meetoo) now provides a survey feature that makes it easy to
By Daryl Peel It’s time to get out your diaries. Thursday 16th November 2017, at the staff club on Highfield campus. Opened your diary and got that ready? Good! So what are you getting ready to go to? The Digital
Vevox (formerly known as Meetoo) is an online polling system that is being piloted on a large scale in the University this academic year, following successful initial trials. The aim is to replace the clicker (zapper) devices with