Sorry, a few months late, but a great resource to dip into!
Jane Hart has been compiling the Top 100 Tools for Learning from the votes of learning professionals worldwide annually since 2007. Last year she did a special Top 200 Tools for Learning 2016 selected from the votes of 1,238 learning professionals worldwide.
Some new additions for this year:
Zoom – unifies cloud video conferencing, simple online meetings, and cross platform group chat into one easy-to-use platform.
Grammarly – Grammarly lets you check for 250 types of grammatical, spelling, and punctuation mistakes – as well as for plagiarism
Lynda – Lynda offers thousands of courses to acquire software, creative, and business skills. (all University staff and students have free access to the courses on Lynda – sign in with University username and password)
With a mission statement to ‘…develop insights, ideas and artefacts that lead to compelling new experiences for digital living.’, the Human Experience & Design team at Microsoft try to improve humans’ experience with computing.
Their recent post on Social Devices, concerning how people can work over multiple devices, is worth a look.
This semester sees the pilot delivery of a new module as part of theStudent Transition Enhancement Programme for University Progress (STEP UP), run by CASTLE in collaboration with Academic Schools and DUSA. STEP UP aims to improve and enhance students’ experience as they transition from further to higher education, using the underlying philosophy of Becoming, Being & Belonging. A group of Associate students from Dundee & Angus College is currently undertaking the module prior to their entry into Year Two of their degree programmes in both the School of Humanities and DJCAD. We’ll evaluate and report on the module at a future date. More information from email@example.com
Try something new this January with 5 days of connecting, communicating, curating, collaborating and creating with colleagues from across the UK and the rest of the world, beginning 16th January.
BYOD4L is a bite-size facilitated open course offered over 5 days for educators and students in HE but also anybody else who would like to learn with us as to how we can utilise our digital devices for professional, lifelong and lifewide learning.