Learning & Teaching

Mentioned in dispatches… Dr Debbie Holley NTFS 2014, http://drdebbieholley.com/uncategorized/ntfs-thank-yous/

Her role as a Learning Technologist encompasses a number of responsibilities, utilising her strong people skills and the ability to interpret what the lecturer needs with what technology is available. The following areas will give you an idea of her flexibility and the current advice she provides.

  1. Basics, module design and structure, communication, assessment, organisation tools, managing students, grades and tracking tools.
  2. E-Portfolio (Pebble pad, Blackboard).
  3. One-to-one, e-mail, phone, online guides, blog, wiki.
  4. Departmental, group & subject area training
  5. Bespoke, one-to-one, on the fly support
  6. Multimedia: Graphics, sounds, pdfs, scanning, screen capture, animation, video, sms system, dvd.
  7. WebDesign
  8. E-assessment:Respondus, VLE, Questionmark, TurnItIn
  9. Providing training and instructional material:
    1. Powerpoint, Word, PDF’s etc
    2. On-line via the London Metropolitan University WebLearn support pages: Help Guides
    3. How to incorporate other technologies: Flash, PDF, RLO’s
  10. Manage the TLTC training programme, organise sessions
  11. Science Centre Superlab training: AV equipment

Instructional design includes:

  1. Individual modules
  2. Templates
  3. Training module design
  4. Websites & RLOs
  5. CSS
  6. Instructional material:ppts, word etc.
  7. AV equipment

See the Testimonials from the people involved.

Using technology, simply