Author: digitaleducation


Top tips for using a Social Network in teaching

Chris Headleand –  Senior Lecturer/ Programme Leader – School of Computer Science – College of Science – Staff Profile  Social networks are very widely defined, and the term means different things to different people. So, I’m going to start with a definition, this article will relate specifically to “Selective-Audience Microblogs”. A micro-blog is a platform whereRead More


#Digied18 | Video-Based Learning

#Digied18 : Events for academics – by academics Following the success of the LALT Showcase: Education in a Digital Age event, the Digital Education team have started a new series of short themed events called ‘#DigiEd’. These presentations highlight examples of good practice that are happening across the University, throughout a wide range of courses, to help supportRead More


(ABC Workshop) – Developing Digital Tools to Support Level One Law Students

Dr Alexandra Bohm –  Senior Lecturer/ Digital Lead – Law – College of Social Science – Staff Profile The problem of encouraging independent learning In the level one module that I co-ordinate, tort law, we noticed that students seemed to struggle with developing the skill of self-assessment and understanding their strengths and weaknesses during the early partRead More


Lincolnshire Technology Innovation Awards 2018

Dr Hanya Pielichaty –  Senior Lecturer/ Programme Leader/ Digital Lead – Lincoln International Business School – Staff Profile We are pleased to announce that the Lincoln International Business School’s Digital Student Ambassador Group (DSAG) has been shortlisted for an Innovation in Education Award at the up and coming Lincolnshire Technology and Innovation Awards 2018. The event willRead More


#LALTCHAT – ARCHIVE – 03/05/18

Date: 03/05/2018 Time: 7PM- 8PM Academic: Olivia Kelly – Associate Lecturer at the Open University  – Profile Theme: Students using Social Media for Academic Debate Questions: Q1. Can Social Media be used by students for effective academic debate? Q2. What are the advantages for students of being involved in an academic debate on Social Media? Q3. How can educators encourageRead More