E-Learning Development Grant Winners 2014
By Natasa Perovic, on 7 August 2014
The winning bids for E-Learning Development Grants (ELDGs) 2014/15 have been selected.
Congratulations to all!
|Alan Parkinson, Lynsie Chew, Jim Berry||Management Science & Innovation||Using e-voting Data and Feedback to Steer Teaching and Learning|
|Kevin Kiernan||Management Science & Innovation||Multi-part Mixed Media Questioning For Objective Formative Assessment|
|Antonis Bikakis; Anne Welsh; Simon Mahony; Charlie Inskip||Department of Information Studies||LOBD: Linked Open Bibliographic Data: creating an open, linked and interactive educational resource for bibliographic data|
|David Bowler||Physics & Astronomy||Investigating IPython notebook servers for teaching physics|
|Michael Clarke & Chris Donlan||Developmental Science||Evaluation of a new blended learning programme|
|Nicole Johnston||LIS – Social and Historical Sciences – UCL Qatar||Using Lecture Capture to flip the classroom for students who speak English as a foreign or second language|
|Sarah Warnes||Management Science & Innovation||Using scenario and action-based blended learning to engage and motivate students in a large cohort|
|Adam Liston||UCL Institute of Neurology||Distance Learning Neuroanatomy Workshops – development of an online resource|
|Amit Batla||UCL Institute of Neurology||Interactive case based instructional methodology in clinical neurology|
|Daven Armoogum||Physics & Astronomy||The Custom Analysis Toolkit|
|Gesine Manuwald||Greek and Latin||Artefacts from the Petrie Museum in Greek and Latin classes|