Dr Christopher Jobling

Senior Lecturer

Engineering

c.p.jobling@swansea.ac.uk

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A vintage Omega pocket watch of around 1950’s origin. Alexander T Carroll own work. Wikimedia CC BY-SA 3.0.

(I originally posted this on my Office 365 blog, but it turns out that that is not public. Lesson learned!)

A team of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) advisors from Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) have begun the herculean task of publishing a 1 minute technology tip every day this year in the blog #1minuteCPD which launched on January 1st this year.

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January 22nd, 2016

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The fourth iteration of the short course Bring Your Own Devices for Learning (#BYOD4L) started today and as this will be my third iteration, I have decided to volunteer as a participant and mentor. The course is hosted on WordPress at byod4l.wordpress.com  and it can also be followed by watching hashtag #byod4l on Twitter and other social networks. You can also contribute by joining the BYOD4Learning Community pages on Google+.

As for my personal plans, I am planning to use a OneNote Class Notebook (link) with at least one of my classes this semester. Therefore, as a way of learning the features of OneNote myself, particularly in the context of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), I decided to use it as a place to publish my reflections and to share it with the whole community. Here’s the link: https://goo.gl/cx4dHM

QR Code to BYOD4L Shared OneNote Notebook

QR Code to BYOD4L Shared OneNote Notebook

It’s possible to collaborate within a OneNote notebook, so contact me @cpjobling (Twitter) or +ChrisJobling (Google+) if you want write access to this resource.

January 11th, 2016

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Bring Your Own Device for Learning (#BYOD4L)

Colleagues may be interested in joining me in participating in #byod4l from 11-15 January 2016.  See BYOD4L is Back Next Week for joining instructions.

January 6th, 2016

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