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Using Flickr for sharing assessment ideas

Using Flickr to support assessment

Flickr is an image sharing website used worldwide. In this video and screencast, Angela Kingston talks about how she used Flickr in her module Curating Contemporary Art, part of the MA Museums, Galleries and Contemporary Culture. As part of their assessment students must put together a proposal for an art exhibition they will curate. Time […]

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Panopto screencast software recording

Panopto screencast software

Panopto screencast software allows users to capture activity on their screens along with a voice over (and a talking head if you so wish) and share it through Blackboard (or generally over the web). In this video, Professor Gunter Saunders, Head of Internet and Education Technology at the University of Westminster, talks through, with a […]

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Cloud-based tools for learning, teaching and assessment in HE, Westminster Learning and Teaching Symposium

Cloud-based tools in HE

Cloud based tools can be used in a variety of ways to support learning, teaching and assessment in HE.  In this screencast, Martin Compton of Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College (one of the University’s consortium of colleges offering teacher training courses) talks through a number of cloud-based tools, giving examples of their use in […]

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