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Getting a creative edge

On Wednesday I attended a Creative Edge careers event at the University of East Anglia about Careers in the Digital Age. There were 4 great speakers: Charlie Gauvain shared his experiences of developing the John Peel project ‘The Space’. Mikey Martin showed some amazing outdoor art installations that are currently making use of digital media […]

40 applications in 40 minutes

40 apps in 40 minutes For the latest Norfolk e-learning forum I decided that we should run a session on open source and free software tools. There are so many well known open source and free tools in use such as Moodle and WordPress that setting up the session was a challenge. I settled on […]

Blogs that we read at Real Projects

In addition to writing the blog, tweeting and providing resources for other websites we follow several blogs. I thought that it would be a good time to share them. The Rapid e-learning blog This is the articulate tool blog providing useful tips for using a range of development tools, not just Articulate. Games Can Teach […]

using virtual worlds and games

During Learning Technologies earlier this year I listened to several seminars on the use of virtual worlds and game devices with the work of the Royal Navy and Imperial College London being of particular interest. Imperial College were using Second Life as part of their medical training and the Royal Navy were using the PSP […]

online icebreakers!

Kevin Mulryne from NCSL posted on his Twitter page requesting ideas for online icebreakers. Chris George from SAM Learning emailed us this fantastic website where you can make your own movies online using text that you type in. Its fantastic! A great range of features and you can publish your videos to the web. Here […]