The TEL hapTEL project has achieved two news sources of funding. The first a King’s College London teaching fund project entitled hapTELX and the second a one year Technology Strategy Board project in partnership with . . . → Read More: hapTEL secure two new projects
TEL Inter-Life project researcher Dr Alison Devlin of the University of Glasgow will present at the Immersive Education summit in Boston, US. The presentation will be entitled ‘Inter-Life as a novel virtual world technology to support the transition into Higher Education’.
More on the Inter-Life project
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TEL Director Professor Richard Noss gave a talk entitled ‘Technology Enhanced Learning – more than just a good idea?’ at the 1st International Publishers Association Education Conference on 17th April in Earl’s Court, London. The event was held in partnership with the London Book . . . → Read More: Noss addresses international publishers event
TEL Director Professor Richard Noss spoke of the work of the programme at the recent Naace Strategic Conference 2013 entitled Learning Without Limits. His keynote was delivered on Thursday 7th March at the conference in Leicester and can be . . . → Read More: NAACE
The Edinburgh E-learning team are currently running a MOOC on ‘E-learning & Digital Cultures‘ at Coursera, which includes TEL’s ‘System Upgrade‘ report in its . . . → Read More: System Upgrade recommended on Coursera
TEL’s Echoes project was recently featured in a broadcast from Topcliffe School in Birmingham by Lars Bevanger of German radio station DW. Listen to the . . . → Read More: Echoes in radio broadcast
TEL Director Professor Richard Noss was among the keynote speakers at the Seventh European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning (EC-TEL 2012).
The conference, subtitled ’21st century learning for 21st century skills’ was held in Saarbrucken, Germany from 18-21 September.
Professor Noss’s talk is available here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlBIP5r2SHc and an interview is also available here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DF99t2ZXtW0
More on . . . → Read More: TEL at EC-TEL 2012
TEL’s hapTEL project, led by Professor Margaret Cox OBE, has been selected for the 2012 Research project of the year King’s Award at King’s College London (KCL).
The King’s Awards were established in 2007 to recognise the excellence and contributions of the KCL community.The award is the latest in a series the project has won for its . . . → Read More: hapTEL wins King’s Project of the Year Award
A new video and press release from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) on 29th November highlights the work of the Echoes project, breaking new ground by using technology to help pupils with autism communicate more effectively.
Read the full story: Technology use in the classroom helps-autistic children communicate
Watch the video: Helping children with autism
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The work of the Ensemble project – in particular with dance teachers and students – has been recognised by the World Wide Web Consortium!
An illustrated account of the work done by the Ensemble Project in the LJMU Contemporary Dance setting has been accepted by the World Wide Web Consortium — the body that drafts and promotes . . . → Read More: Ensemble dance case study recognised by W3C