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  • LSE to go wholly online forever, I think
    1 April 2020
    Big news from LSE tonight (I think, anyway). I was in a meeting with colleagues in which I’m pretty sure I learned that we will be selling the campus in its entirety because we have no further use for the buildings. I say “pretty sure” because my kid was on Fortnite and the WiFi kept dropping out. But the gist […]
  • New improved LSE Moodle and lecture recording guides
    4 December 2019
    Moodle logoThe Eden Centre Learning Technology team are pleased to announce the launch of our new Moodle and lecture recording guides. As part of the review and reorganisation of the existing LTI website the Learning Technology team decided to move our guides to a new system that results in an easier to read page design and structure. The new system also […]
  • How to ‘Release’ grades and feedback in Moodle!
    27 November 2019
    How to moodle imageIt’s this time of the year! Marking is in progress, and you will soon need to Release grades and feedback to students via Moodle! Don’t forget Marking Workflow is enabled for all Moodle Assignments! You need to Release the grades and feedback for students! Firstly, the Marking workflow in Moodle is a great feature. It enables teachers to add grades […]
  • All watched over by machines of cold indifference
    19 November 2019
    Cray 2 SupercomputerThis post is based on a presentation I gave at this afternoon’s M25 Learning Technology Group meeting at King’s College London. The title of this post refers to an Adam Curtis documentary series from 2011, itself taken from a Richard Brautigan poem.  I’ve reproduced the last stanza: I like to think (it has to be!) of a cybernetic ecology where […]
  • Moodle Recharge & New Features
    24 June 2019
    LTI hosted this year’s Moodle Recharge event on 12th June 2019. LTI highlighted new Moodle features on Moodle 3.5, and also reminded attendees of some underused ones, as well as aspects of Moodle design and interactivity. The event was attended by 70 attendees. We received 60 feedback forms, and the overall feeling is that the event was much appreciated and […]