Moodle archive FAQ’s

The LSE Moodle archive is a read only copy of Moodle, the 2017/18 archive can be accessed at: see our webpage on the Moodle archive for more information The purpose of the LSE Moodle Archive is to provide an accessible digital snapshot of each course as it was at year-end, for the benefit of [...]

By | November 14th, 2018|Comments Off on Moodle archive FAQ’s

Support for LSE Departments

Each academic department at the LSE has its own dedicated Learning Technology and Innovation departmental adviser, who have a wide range of expertise and are available to work with colleagues on the use of technologies to enhance and innovate teaching and learning. Contact details of your own department’s departmental adviser are below - you can [...]

By | November 12th, 2018|Comments Off on Support for LSE Departments

Using Lecture Recordings

Echo 360 is a system for the automatic, scheduled recording of lectures. It allows you to arrange for your lecture to be recorded and made available to students online. In lecture theatres video of the speaker, audio and visual materials are recorded. In classrooms, audio of speaker and visual materials (slides etc) are recorded. Personal [...]

By | June 8th, 2017|Comments Off on Using Lecture Recordings

Case study: Blog assessment

Dr Michael Muthukrishna Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science Course Name: PB101 - Foundations of Psychological Science Level: First and second year undergraduates Class size: 17 Learning objectives Application of information skills Communication Creativity/Innovation Critical Thinking Digital Literacy Employability Engagement Writing Skills Assessment type: Individual & summative Duration: over 10 weeks Supportive documentation Detailed [...]

By | April 25th, 2017|Comments Off on Case study: Blog assessment

NetworkED: Technology in Education

A seminar series organised by LSE’s Learning Technology & Innovation team (LTI). The series invites speakers from education, computing and related fields to discuss how technology is shaping the world of education. Technological developments, particularly the internet, have led to changes in the way institutions can deliver teaching, but are also impacting on students’ skills and their expectations [...]

By | December 16th, 2016|Comments Off on NetworkED: Technology in Education

Lloyd Gruber “ruins” fair trade coffee :)

Lloyd Gruber, International Development Interviewing Lloyd Gruber is a picnic, a picnic on a par with the mad hatter’s tea party, only more energetic, and a little bit more rational. Lloyd is very happy that he is a political scientist, and he is very happy to be at the LSE, happy to have swopped [...]

By | November 3rd, 2016|Comments Off on Lloyd Gruber “ruins” fair trade coffee :)

Lourdes Sosa: teaching disruption… disruptively

Lourdes Sosa, Management (Photo: Aperiofilms) No one person should be pinned down with only one descriptive noun, but with Lourdes Sosa, this word easily imposes itself: excitement.  It is partly due to her physical presence – always smiling, big eyes transfixing, musical voice launching straight into a bubbling word-torrent. A word-torrent filled with very [...]

By | October 4th, 2016|Comments Off on Lourdes Sosa: teaching disruption… disruptively

Alison Powell – an ethical approach to teaching

Alison Powell, Media & Communications “I am interested in how people think about technologies, and how they can build them in ways that transform the world… when we build technologies, especially of communication, we actually build them with a set of values that are in the world that we occupy at the time [...]

By | October 4th, 2016|Comments Off on Alison Powell – an ethical approach to teaching

William A. Callahan: Visual International Politics Student Movies

William A. Callahan, International Relations (Photo: Aperiofilms for LTI) When William A. Callahan, Professor in IR, devised a new course, Visual International Politics (IR318), one of its objectives was to train students in how to produce, direct, film and edit short documentary films. Documentaries encourage students to  work collaboratively, reinforce concepts learnt, and [...]

By | October 5th, 2015|0 Comments