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Holyrood Campus Learning Technology

Holyrood Campus Learning Technology

A blog about the work of Learning Technologists in the Holyrood campus

  Articulate Rise and the use of Micro Learning   I thought it might be interesting to reflect on the process of creating a micro learning module in Articulate Rise, and how a learning technologist can be the linchpin between educators and academics colleagues looking for new means to deliver learning through e-learning technology. Six […]

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For the last few months, I’ve been working with academic staff at the Centre for Open Learning and Edinburgh Dementia Prevention to produce a micro-learning module to accompany a series of 4 open lectures on Dementia, hosted from February through to March of this year. Members of the public attending the lectures will have access […]

Launched in May 2019, the MHSES subtitling pilot project has now reached its halfway point. In this blog we’ll outline a short summary of what we have achieved so far, and what we hope to accomplish in the remaining months of the project. Firstly, a reminder to all teaching staff in MHSES that we can […]

The Learning technology team at Holyrood has been looking very closely at ABC curriculum design. With the University’s own Elder workshops being only run a limited number of times a year, earning Techs throughout the college have been looking for shorter, more course-based alternatives that could be offered at a school level. One of the […]

    Hi, and welcome to the Holyrood’s LT blog. The intention is for me and Chris to post regular updates on our work, on the way learning tech is being used in the campus and around the university. And anything else we’d like to share really… We’ve both been in post for a relatively […]


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