In this post, I’ll outline how we’re using artificial intelligence (AI) to help us develop online learning and I’ll share four key pieces of advice based on what we’ve learned this year.
A behind the scenes look at our filming and post production process.
Recently I had cause to question my own advice when my life as an online Master’s student collided with my professional role as a learning designer.
In this interview with Daniel Bennet, videographer, we discuss how to get the best results from a lightboard. Dan has been producing videos for our new MSc Cyber Security, with Dr Konstantinos Mersinas from Royal Holloway, University of London.
How we used an assessment technique called adaptive comparative judgement to help learners distinguish between good and bad interview practice, and how we used a novel animation technique to create video on a budget.
Here we share how we taught sensitive subjects online by developing an animated forensic psychology case study which uses stylised illustrations, narrated by a voice emulator.
Here, we discuss how using podcasts in an online programme allowed students to hear real life stories from the world of international business.
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