• The way you link to reading lists in Moodle is changing
    20 June 2017
    A stack of books with pencils marking the reader's placeAfter we upgrade Moodle to version 3.1 this summer, one of the ways you currently link to reading lists won’t work. The integration between Talis Aspire and Moodle was written by the University of Kent and has not been updated to work with the new system. How can I tell if I need to make changes? If your reading lists bear […]
  • LTI’s Funding Opportunities: Results and New Call
    5 June 2017
    Find out about the SPARK projects that were funded for the 2016-17 academic year and read about our new call for our large-scale IGNITE scheme, now open! IGNITE funding call now open! IGNITE! is one of LTI’s strand of funding offering support to large-scale, technology-informed initiatives at course or programme level. Now in its second year, the 2017-18 call will […]
  • Moodle recharge
    15 May 2017
    Following on from our post back in February on our plans for Moodle we will be holding an event for all Moodle editors on Tuesday 27 June from 3-4pm to give everyone a sneak peak of the changes that will taking place this August in time for the new academic year. Moodle is getting a recharge for 2017/18.  In addition […]
  • Technology and the student journey: introducing phase two of LSE 2020
    12 May 2017
    Written by Emma Wilson (@MindfulEm), Research and Evaluation Graduate Intern for LTI. This blog post is one in a series of articles that will catalogue the process of, and findings from, phase two of our student-centred project, LSE 2020. About LSE 2020 Launched in 2016, the LSE 2020 project seeks to discuss, debate and engage with students about what teaching and learning with technology […]
  • Blogging as a Method of Assessment
    4 May 2017
    The past couple of years an increasing number of LSE academics started integrating blogging in their courses. This took various forms, from using the blog feature on Moodle as an added activity to creating individual blogs for students as part of a course summative assessment. One thing that all these projects shared is the rationale for using blogs in an educational […]