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April 20, 2007

WMG E–learning Lunch report

On Thursday 19th April we held the first e-learning lunchtime event in the Science Faculty. The event was held in the International Manufacturing Centre for staff in WMG and Engineering and was attended by over 40 academic staff. Representatives from WMG, the E-learning Advisor Team, the Library and E-Lab were on hand to offer advice and hands-on demonstrations of e-learning. We also displayed nearly 30 posters showcasing examples of e-learning around the University.

The event was a great success; many people stayed for over two hours to try out e-learning tools including podcasting, personal response systems, Quizbuilder and ELAT development projects. Our video and audio communication and streaming software projects proved very popular and we now have a number of new contacts who wish to be involved. Some of the participants had started the WELA course the previous day, so this was a great opportunity for them to see the types of activity already taking place. The ELAT would like to thank everyone involved with making the event a success.

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