#LTSUReads: Spring Reading

Somehow we are now a third of the way through the year. While the weather may be in flux, Spring has definitely Sprung, and no matter which way we dress for the weather we’re still managing to get it wrong. This time our reading looks at the different uses of the TPACK model from the perspectives of two of our […]

TILT FOLG Symposium 2023 – as told by Twitter

#TILTFOLG23 Nottingham Trent University’s Trent Institute for Learning and Teaching (TILT) held its annual symposium around flexible and online learning, and we were delighted to be able to attend and present. As always, there were too many sessions for us to catch all of them, but some of our takeaways are below.   In its third annual symposium, TILT very much […]

#LTSUReads: February reading

Last month we focused our reading around reflecting on the ChatGPT frenzy, and posted our collated Introduction to ChatGPT. We’ve continued to read along as people have tested, experimented, and started to think about ways to embed it in their practice. This month we’re sharing two perspectives we’ve read on ChatGPT, and – since accessibility is one of our priorities […]

#LTSUReads: An introduction to ChatGPT 

by Bethany Witham and Rachel Bancroft Given our fascination with digital pedagogies, online learning and teaching and the many ways education is evolving and changing, it is probably no surprise that the members of the LTSU are voracious consumers of journal articles, blog posts, and Toots and Tweets a-plenty on all things Learning Technology. As such, we’ve decided to start […]