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 […]
Twitter in higher education
[flickr]photo:2531094926[/flickr] There has been a lot of discussion in the office recently about micro-blogging,twitter in particular, and its place within education. This discussion was started after I reported back to the team about my experiences at the at the CETIS / Eduserv VW2009. While I’ve been following the use of micro-blogging for some time this […]
Twitter Ye! Twitter Ye! Keep your students informed with free SMS text message broadcasts!
Update: Twitter currently sends free text messages to users on Vodafone, Orange, O2 and 3 Update (12/11/13): View the complete list of Twitter’s supported mobile carriers and more about using SMS with Twitter Brian Kelly (UK Web Focus) recently posted about the Use of Twitter to Support IWMW Events. In his post he highlights the […]