There is a quick, non-numerically challenging yet highly effective method by which embedded videos will respond to your learners’ devices and resize appropriately, without distorting the dimensions of the video or requiring horiontal scrolling.
The need to now cater for remote learners means a move away from events and towards accessible, chunked content.
Do you need to record content such as interviews or conversations with remote guest speakers? Pedagogically speaking, this can enhance teaching and learning by: providing learners with access to additional […]
Some say content is king. Others say context is. But what about contact? The Flexible Education initiative at Royal Holloway, University of London is not concerned with creating online degrees […]
Royal Holloway aims to deliver as much teaching online as possible by Mar 23. We have a rich portfolio of established institutional system and third-party services, alongside a mixture of […]
The first two weeks of term with an opt-out lecture recording policy have been incredible. Here are some headlines and highlights: A fivefold increase in recorded lectures in Week 1 […]
As we move to record 50% of lectures at Royal Holloway starting in September 2019, it’s a good time to curate and deconstruct some of the myths surrounding this student-led […]
Need some E-Assessment inspiration? Here are 7 (seven) e-assessment projects we are working on and keen to share…