Monthly Archives: December 2014

E-Learn 2014 – World Conference on E-Learning

Martyn recently had the honour of presenting at E-Learn 2014 – World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education, an international conference organised by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) and co-sponsored by the International Journal on E-Learning. The conference was held in New Orleans, US and featured delegates from all over the world, with over 60 nationalities represented.

The paper focussed issues of best practice and methods of ‘blended learning’ piloted throughout 2013 during the EU Erasmus Intensive Programme ‘Media Culture 2020’.  Martyn’s paper also demonstrated how the methods piloted during MC2020 have been influential in developing co_LAB and Lincoln School of Film Media’s online learning strategies, informing and underpinning a number of recent collaborative projects. The article was published in the conference proceedings and is available through the EdITLib online academic database

 

HCD Short Course – Complete!

I’m delighted to announce that all 3 teams from co_LAB completed the HCD course and submitted work for peer review.

Team 3 (James Field, Martyn Thayne, Alisdair Houser, Toni Wiltshire & Phillipa Revitt) submitted their project “Tamago” in the form of a poster that documents the concept and lists the potential benefits to budding social entrepreneurs:

tamago

Upon completing the programme, we each received a  certificate of accomplishment:

certificate