I facilitated a Coffee Club session last Tuesday which 14 colleagues attended. The attendees were mainly academics, subject librarians and learning technologists. I decided to do something different during this session. Coffee Club attendees were given paper slips and asked to write down their three favourite apps which they use for work-related purposes other than Mail, Calendar and Dropbox. Attendees were divided into three groups and had to share their three apps with their group members. I captured each group’s apps on a flip chart during the feedback stage of the session. This list of apps can be found below. Continue reading May iPad (and other tablets) Coffee Club
This post is about the how I promote the iPad (and other tablets) Coffee Club events to colleagues at the University of Huddersfield.
All the colleagues who have ever booked to attend a Coffee Club session are sent a promotional email notifying them of the upcoming Coffee Club event. There are currently about 100 people on this mailing list and this is my most effective promotional tool. Continue reading iPad (and other tablets) Coffee Club Promotional Tactics
I facilitated another iPad (and other tablets) Coffee Club session yesterday; the third one for this academic year. 15 colleagues attended the session. Some of the apps mentioned at the event included:
Video Enhanced Observation (VEO) – teaching observation app developed by Newcastle University staff
Paper – drawing app
Timer+ – timer app which can be used for presentations
Scannable – scanning app
Camscanner – another scanning app
Edtech Teacher – iPad teaching video tutorial app for schools but some tutorials could be customised for University teaching.
I also got Coffee Club attendees to share the following apps via Padlet. Continue reading MARCH IPAD (AND OTHER TABLETS) COFFEE CLUB
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