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e-Learning Stuff Podcast #92: The Digital Perceptions Tool
Recorded live at the ALT Conference 2018 in Manchester, James talks with Donna, Lawrie and Zac about the Digital Perceptions Tool. Where did it come from? How was it built? What does it do? How it is being used? And where is it going?
e-Learning Stuff Podcast #091: Conversing about copyright
We converse about the current topics and issues in copyright in higher education. With James Clay, Jane Secker and Chris Morrison. This is the 91st e-Learning Stuff Podcast Conversing about copyright.
e-Learning Stuff Podcast #090: Location Independence Day
We explore what is Location Independent Working and the issues and challenges that surround this issue. With James Clay, Donna Lanclos and Lawrie Phipps. This is the 90th e-Learning Stuff Podcast
e-Learning Stuff Podcast #089: The Xerte Community Day
Recorded live at the Xerte Community Day at the University of Nottingham. We discuss what is Xerte and the impact it has on teaching and learning. Find out more about Xerte at nottingham.ac.uk/xerte
With James Clay and David Sugden, Dave Foord, Lilian Soon and Julie Harding with special guest Ron Mitchell.
This is the 89th e-Learning Stuff Podcast, The Xerte Community Day.
e-Learning Stuff Podcast #088 : We're going social
We cover the power of social, why James hates BT, a few technical issues, and toilet rolls.
With James Clay and David Sugden, Dave Foord, Lilian Soon and Ron Mitchell.
This is the 88th e-Learning Stuff Podcast, We're going social.
e-Learning Stuff Podcast #087 : Are you a glue sniffing, magic mushroom addict?
What is the current landscape of ebooks in education? What is the future of ebooks? Where are we going?
With James Clay and Zak Mensah.
This is the 87th e-Learning Stuff Podcast, Are you a glue sniffing, magic mushroom addict?
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Even in the States...
I always enjoy this podcast. I find it a good mix of pedagogy and useful classroom tips. I also enjoy the discussion that usually takes place between James and his friends.
Topical e-learning talk hits the mark!...
"E-Learning Stuff" turns out to be just what I was looking for: An engaging discussion of the trends, tools, and technology of e-Learning. James Clay tackles each issue in a warm, engaging, down-to-earth style that is helpful and balanced. What I appreciate the most about this program is that, while the e-Learning industry traffics in an irritating array of buzz-words, and flavor-of-the-month technologies, Mr. Clay does his best to cut through the hype and clutter, demystifying issues such as "social media" or "mobile learning." These grounded discussions explore both the merits and limitations of the "stuff" of e-learning in a realistic manner, often with the benefit of other panel experts to offer additional insight and balance. Recommended.