The first 2015 iPad (and other tablets) Coffee Club event was held on Tuesday and there were 13 attendees. Most of the hour-long event was devoted to the ‘Show & Tell’ session. Continue reading January iPad (and other tablets) Coffee Club
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,600 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 27 trips to carry that many people.
I completed the Changing the Learning Landscape project, submitted a final report and presented the project findings at two conferences:
Aiyegbayo, O. (2014) Exploring academics’ formal and informal iPad support systems. Media Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (MELSIG) Conference, Manchester, 14 April, 2014. Continue reading Taking iStock of 2014
I facilitated an iPad (and other tablets) Coffee Club session last week during the Technology Enhanced eLearning Education (TEEE) Festival at the University of Huddersfield. 12 colleagues attended which was a decent turn-out as the Coffee Club sessions tend to average 10-15 attendees. Continue reading Using Padlet for an iPad (and other tablets) Coffee Club Group Activity
I presented the findings of the HEA’s “Changing the Learning Landscape” (CLL) funded project at the ALT-Conference in Warwick. The presentation was well received. Fiona Harvey and Tamsyn Smith (University of Southampton) attended my session which was great because University of Huddersfield’s iPad (and other tablets) Coffee Club was inspired by Southampton’s iPad (& alternative devices) Coffee Club.
My ALT-C slides:
The iPad Research Study Animation for the BJET Fellowship project is now live on Vimeo.
Animation Transcript: Continue reading iPad Research Study Animation + Transcript
I am pleased to announce that my 2014 ALT-Conference abstract has been accepted which means that I will be in Coventry, at the University of Warwick, this September. This is an output of my HEA funded project..
Here is a copy of the accepted abstract paper and the conference’s reviewer’s helpful comment: Continue reading My Accepted #altc Abstract with Reviewer’s Comment