education design

Designing DDLR & DDeLR – Assessments

Today is all about pinning down the most appropriate types of assessments for this subject. Yesterday I think I got a little caught up in reviewing the principles of good assessment – which was valuable […]

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Learning from Board Games :: UXmatters

http://ht.ly/oLHfp Some great usability tips that we can draw from board games via Delicious (via IFTTT)

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Learning design: Why you want to lead with the scenario

http://blog.cathy-moore.com/2013/08/why-you-want-to-put-the-activity-first/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+cathy-moore%2FLPhE+%28Cathy+Moore%29 This post by Cathy Moore (and another that I came across not too long ago here at Computing Education Blog ) struck a chord with me. In essence, they are both saying that learners […]

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San Jose State’s MOOC Missteps Easy to See РHigher Education

http://diverseeducation.com/article/54903/# Some useful lessons about running MOOCs gained by looking at a poorly run one. The fact that these courses were still being built as they were being delivered – something perhaps not uncommon in […]

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Great e-Learning designs for Moodle – Karyn Milne CIT Creative Industries

The following short video (5:03) showcases some of the fantastic design work that one of our Creative Industries teachers – Karyn Milne – has done in her Moodle course. (We call our Moodle system eLearn, […]

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