Tuesday, 4 September 2007

Web 2.0 and the PGCertHE

Hello everyone.

Some of us are due to meet next week on 11th, 12th and 13th September on Planning to Teach and Study, the three day-block that comprises the first part of the first module on the PGCertHE. Some of you will be attending the three days only as an introduction to some learning and teaching methodologies.

We're interesting in finding out your experiences and perceptions of various types of e-learning, in particular in relation to Web 2.0 technologies (e.g blogs, wikis, podcasts), and particularly, in their potential to help engage learners in HE.

There is a short video here and two more in the June section of the blog.

What do you think? Any reactions to what you see/hear?

Introduce yourself

What are your experiences of/reactions to using Web 2.0
What potential use of these do you envisage for your students
-or not, of course?
What aspects of Web 2.0 would you like to investigate further
for learning and teaching purposes?

We will pick up on some of your thoughts during the three days. Looking forward to meeting you.

This video shows what effect technology can have on education.

Hi also to those of you who have begun to engage with the blog and wiki already.
Have another look at Richard's post from the end of June to remind you where to go next.

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