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Welcome to MELSIG at MMU
Welcome to MELSIG at MMU
Welcome to MELSIG at MMU
Welcome to MELSIG at MMU
Welcome to MELSIG at MMU
Welcome to MELSIG at MMU
Welcome to MELSIG at MMU
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Welcome to MELSIG at MMU

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A short introduction to MELSIG, the special focus on Smart Devices for Learning, the book projects, Challenge and opportunity cards, and thanks to MMU.

A short introduction to MELSIG, the special focus on Smart Devices for Learning, the book projects, Challenge and opportunity cards, and thanks to MMU.

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  • SIG not conference i.e.
    together we know stuff – good model to reveal the potential of new and emerging pedagogy
    People – diverse perspectives, also different experience and knowledge of ped and tech and media
  • Always on: people
  • Always on: people
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    • 1. Manchester Metropolitan University 14 April 2014 #MELSIGMMU @melsiguk Smart Devices for Learning #3 Andrew Middleton Sheffield Hallam University Chair of MELSIG http://melsig.shu.ac.uk/
    • 2. Welcome to the 20th event Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group • Digital and social media • Together • Sharing practice • Generating ideas • Asking questions • Ideas and risky thinking • Innovation and change
    • 3. Smart Devices for Learning •Connectivity – always on •Personal - not institutional •Authentic and ubiquitous – ever-present like 'intelligent clothing' •Changing the learning context and the learning environment •How? •Today: diverse experience and interests •Online resource and book (cc) ) by sa Saad Faruque
    • 4. Digital Voices • Representing the MELSIG ethos • How the recorded voices of teachers, students, employers, professionals and many others can change and enhance learning • Essays, case studies and 50 ideas • 24 authors from UK post- compulsory education • Now free to download
    • 5. Coming up… •Social Media for Learning event – Liverpool John Moores 3rd June •Creative Capture and Flipped Classroom event •Media Enhanced Feedback event #2 •#BYOD4L – take 2 (June 2014) •Online resource •New book call – “Smart Learning” (cc) by nc Incessant Flux
    • 6. About today • Housekeeping • Full house • Challenges, opportunities, ideas • Your stories and ideas • Morning – sessions together • Then decide which parallel workshops • Plenary – what we have learnt
    • 7. Finally… #MELSIGMMU http://www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html • Thank you CELT at MMU! – Chrissi Nerantzi, Penny Sweasey and Lesley Hamoodi • Dee Vyas (Learning Innovation team) • Open Badges – thanks Ellie Livermore • Challenges and Opportunities

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