Using Tokbox for Live and Recorded Video Feedback

[flickr]photo:2155275608[/flickr] Recent Times Higher Education Award winner Russell Stannard has gained much notoriety for his use of video feedback on student assignments. Similar to audio feedback (which I’ve covered in this post), Russell promotes the use of screen recorder software to record the tutor’s evaluation of of a piece of students work. For an example […]

Using Google Talk for Audio Feedback

[flickr]photo:2597104631[/flickr] The use of audio feedback for student assessments is not a new concept. I’m not familiar with all the literature but I’ve picked up a quote from Rust in 2001 highlighting the advantages of audio feedback: While reducing the time you spend, this may actually increase rather than reduce the amount of feedback given…Students […]

What I've 'starred' this week – February 3, 2009

Here’s some posts which have caught my attention this week: Extend Google Talk Into A Remote Access Tool With GBridge – February 1, 2009 From WordPress to iTunes: Publishing your Podcast using PodPress – February 1, 2009 – in the end I opted for the Podcasting plugin because it allowed me to create a dedicated […]

RSC-MP3: HE Update Jan ’09

Welcome to our first episode of RSC-MP3, a new monthly audio podcast highlighting some higher education focused e-learning news, interviews and resources brought to you by Kevin Brace (RSC West Midlands) and Martin Hawksey (RSC Scotland North and East). Links to the various things we talk about are contained at the end of this post. […]

RSC-MP3: HE Update Jan 09 – Interview with Steve Sawbridge

This month Kevin interviewed Steve Sawbridge the Association of Colleges (AoC) West Midlands regional Director.  Steve discusses the work of the AoC and NILTA, their support for HEinFE, and immediate plans for funding changes due to the impending Learning and Skills Council disband. Interview with Steve Sawbridge [podcast][/podcast] Duration: 17 minutes Download Link Subscribe to our podcast via RSS […]

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