The Tool Shed
Below is a list of tools you may wish to use in your teaching and learning designs:
- Discussion Boards
- Electronic Marking (GradeMark)
- Originality Checking (Turnitin)
- Other Web 2.0 Tools
- Social Networking
- Voting Pads
- Webinars e.g. Adobe Connect
- Xerte - creating reusable interactive learning objects
You may first want to read Cath Ellis' 10 Commandments of eLearning - if you are new to eLearning/Learning Technologies for some advice on good practice with using learning technologies.
To find out about Mobile Learning you can access the JISC Mobile Learning infokit, a developing resource put together by Doug Belshaw. It is a great introduction to what mobile learning is and covers both the pedagogy of mobile learning as well as implementation and case studies.
See a presentation that gives you an overview of this resource
If you want to learn more about how technology-enhanced delivery may both improve the efficiency of institutional or curriculum processes and their quality take a look at the JISC report "Transforming curriculum delivery through technology: Stories of challenge, benefit and change"