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UX and the VLE – Meg Juss #BbTLC17
Conference Presentation. Case Study: Looking at the Usability of Learning Edge (Blackboard) Through Our Students’ Eyes

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LTD Update - Faculty of Education, Jan 2017
The most recent LTD Update - FoE version.

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Baseline Use of the VLE
A guide to the baseline, course templates, consistency and the student experience.

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Faculty of Health and Social Care TEL Community Poster
A reference tool to help faculty colleagues identify with the key people, places and processes that are in place to help them deliver ‘technology enhanced learning’. Published March 2016.

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Collaborate Ultra - Briefing Document
Collaborate is the University’s web conferencing platform, provided by Blackboard, and supported by the Learning Services, Learning Technology Development (LTD) team. It is part of the Learning Edge suite. EHU has been using Collaborate ‘Classic’ since September 2011, for classes, tutorials, support sessions and meetings. The latest release of Collaborate, ‘Ultra’, offers an enhanced environment to continue this activity, but with improved one-click entry and a streamlined, intuitive interface. Test events with existing Collaborate leaders (~100) and external colleagues returned a range of positive comments which informed the decision to upgrade.

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Digital Mindfulness Resources
A collection of information about #digital mindfulness.

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2014-15 DDE Session booking process - Scheduled and Invitation
This is the process to book, file and record all DDE scheduled and invitation sessions.

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Learning Services Collaborate LEADs Project Pecha Kucha
A brief narrated presentation summarising a Learning Services project carried out in 2013-14. The project aimed to evaluate the potential of Collaborate technology and develop the knowledge and experience of staff and through authentic deployment of the technology. Pilot activities covering three core, yet distinctive, strands of activity (Outreach, Academic Skills & Staff Development) were selected, to test the hypothesis that Collaborate could: (i) improve equity of access to expertise for off campus students, (ii) increase staff and student engagement with sessions and (iii) reduce travel costs for session presenters and participants.

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The student's ideal VLE
Slides for 60 minute DDE session - March 2014. Learn more about what your students want from Learning Edge (Blackboard) and how you may be able to provide it for them. From an overview of student views informed by the Annual Student eLearning Survey, you will be able reflect on your current use of technology and how you may be able to enhance your practice in the future.

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Learning Services: Mobile Implementation Strategy
In 2013 Learning Services received a Blackboard Catalyst Award in recognition of our strategic approach to supporting the adoption of mobile technologies at Edge Hill. This poster presentation illustrates how a multi-strand strategy, incorporating student support, staff development, communication, performance metrics and ongoing technical developments has been implemented to build a culture of mobile enhanced practice at the university.

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National Student Survey | Adding a link to the NSS survey in Learning Edge
A quick guide explaining how to add a web link to your course menu and post an announcement about the NSS survey.

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PFC2000 Assignment PFC2000 Assignment PFC2000 Assignment
PFC2000 Assignment Guidance

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Discussion Board Netiquette: Guidelines for courteous and effective use
Guidelines for courteous and effective use of the Discussion Board to prevent misunderstandings and promote engaging and meaningful communications.

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Learning Edge: Getting Started (Students)
PLEASE REFER TO NEW LINK FOR UPDATED DOCUMENT

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