Do you want to be informed about the latest issues and technologies for online learning?
If so, join us in this exciting new initiative from the Macquarie University Learning and Teaching Centre. This session we have two new series: Web 2.0 and Compressed curriculum.
Do you want to know about the great collaborative tools in Web 2.0? Are you curious about tools such as WordPress, Google Drive and Twitter? Then why not join us in the first series on Web 2.0?
In the Learning Technologies Webinar Series you can participate in engaging, informative and exciting live Collaborate sessions on a range of new and contemporary topics on learning technologies.
You can join us on Tuesdays every week starting on 26 August from 12:30-1pm from anywhere on or off campus in a Collaborate room. Can’t join us at this time? Don’t worry you can access the recordings and presentations at any time by visiting the iLearn site
You can register for a session using the Workshop Booking System in the Learning Design for the Digital Era category by following the links below.
26 August, 12:30-1pm – WordPress as a personal learning environment
Ollie Coady will explore WordPress as a personal learning environment for students and how it can be used across a variety of units within a program.
2 September, 12:30-1pm – Using Google Drive for collaboration
Jorge Reyna shows us how to use Google Drive to improve group assignments.
9 September, 12:30-1pm – Twitter
Lee Mowbray will explore Twitter that great social networking tool.
16 September, 12:30-1pm – Lucky Dip 2.0
How adventurous are you feeling? Why not join James Meek and take a small step beyond what iLearn provides?