Posts tagged ‘LSIS project’

Setting up Class iPads: a challenge

Having the support from the fabulous people at Sunderland University last year, through the (now defunct) LSIS Research Development Fellowship, was amazing on many levels. But I had one particular Light Bulb Moment: I became conscious that the reason I was possibly slightly derogatory about class sets of iPads was because I didn’t have any experience of this. All my experience with them was around how they could be used by individuals  – firstly through my project with the tutors on the ESOL subject specialism and then through last year’s project with the HE tutors and students. Read more ►

British Educational Research Association

As part of the LSIS funded Research Development Fellowship I have a year’s BERA membership which dropped through the post this week.

 

Membership benefits include discount at the annual conference, over 30 special interest groups (SIG) free access to major educational research journals and the opportunity to be part of a vibrant, forward-looking community of educational researchers.

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RSA: developments in my project

October 23, 2012research,
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Title: How do mobile technologies effect collaboration between tutors and students in Higher Education?

I hadn’t realised just hard important, or how difficult it is to find a title for a project. After working alone on various versions I shared one idea that popped into my head over lunch with my peers. This was met with positive nods and it seemed like I’d done it.

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