Every Thursday for next 10 weeks, the Learning Technologies Special Interest Group will be publishing a recording of a presentation from the archives. These will mostly be for Members only, accessible via the Members’ Area of the website. We will share news via our social media channels of the latest video every Thursday, with the #tbt (Throwback Thursday) social media hashtag.
The first in what we are calling the ‘LTSIG Archive Recording Series’ is Paul Driver’s talk, ‘History, folklore and gossip: geospatial narratives and mobile learning’ from the IATEFL conference in Liverpool, 2013.
Paul’s talk is public for everyone to watch if they want to. It is shared from our Vimeo channel rather than our YouTube Webmaster channel. The remaining nine will be made available via our Members’ Area over the coming weeks. The password for this area was shared in our April newsletter and will be shared again in the September newsletter.
Included in the series will be a talk given in Harrogate, 2014, by the late Professor Stephen Bax. There will be other recordings from our SIG days in Liverpool (2013) and Harrogate (2014), as well as a couple from Digital Ireland ELT (2014). The ‘Archive Recording Series’ schedule is as follows:
19 September: Paul Driver
26 September: Lindsay Warwick ‘Flipping the classroom and student attitudes’ from IATEFL, Liverpool 2013.
3 October: Stephen Bax ‘Online tools for analysing lexis, grammar and discourse in texts’ from IATEFL, Harrogate 2014.
10 October: Amy Lightfoot
17 October: Steven Bukin
24 October: Victoria Boobyer
31 October: Joel Josephson
7 November: Chryssantthe Sotiriou & Dimitrios Primalis
14 November: Luke Meddings & Burcu Akyol
28 November: Huw Jarvis