Educational Design and Engagement

Educational Design and Engagement

Enriching the student learning experience & supporting development of on campus and online courses.

Category: Futures

Futures / Strategy / Horizon Scanning

A photograph of a beautiful bookshop

This post is by Tomas Sanders who is the current Open Content Curator intern in EDE. When not an intern, Tomas is a History student at the University of Edinburgh, as well as a walking tour guide (sadly he’s not one of the ones that get to wear a cloak). “I want to be inspired. […]

Tomas Sanders is the current Open Content Curator intern in EDE. When not an intern, Tomas is a History student at the University of Edinburgh, as well as a walking tour guide (sadly he’s not one of the ones that get to wear a cloak). —————- ***Standard warning that the views expressed are my own […]

To the superb showcase of what can be filmed with the state-of-the-art IS Drone… to Childhood Nutrition, Drawing and Making, Liquid Crystal Lasers, Flow Waves, Cancer Epigenetics, D-light, Malaria Parasites, Dolly the Sheep, Edinburgh life, Higgs Boson, Andy Warhol, Philosophy, Scottish Independence, Music Theory, Animal Welfare, everything you ever wanted to know about chickens.. it’s all […]

The past couple of weeks have been pretty significant in terms of the development of open education at the University of Edinburgh. On the 4th of February we launched Open.Ed, a website devoted to showcasing OERs at the University. In the week prior to that an OER policy was approved by the Learning and Teaching […]

Several colleagues from the Educational Design & Engagement team were able to attend the annual eLearning@Ed Conference on April 23rd, below is a summary of highlights from the day. The theme for this year’s conference was “Designing for 21st Century Learning.” Mark Wetton Attended “Co-Creation: Student Ownership of Curriculum” by EUSA’s Dash Sekhar, VPAA and […]

Last week I attended the Blackboard Teaching and Learning Conference 2015. I intended to write a post summarizing the different keynotes and breakout session I attended, but as I was writing I realized that it was already 700 words and I had only written about the first keynote! This was by Graham Brown-Martin and I […]

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