To celebrate the success of various teaching and research projects, the Language Centre hosted a Project Day on Friday 18th September. Several LSE Language Co-ordinators presented their experiences of experimenting with innovative technologies in language learning. The Day provided the opportunity to discuss the advantages and disadvantages of online learning ...more
NetworkED seminar series 2016 kick starts next Wednesday (20 January) with Bonnie Stewart. The session will be streamed live and can be seen by clicking here.
Ahead of the session we asked Bonnie a few questions:
Tickets for this seminar can be found on Eventbrite.
Your work focuses on scholarly identities – ...more
Tickets for this seminar can be found on Eventbrite.
Academic Twitter: The Intersection of Orality & Literacy in Scholarship? presented by Bonnie Stewart.
Ahead of the seminar we've asked Bonnie a few questions.
The session will be streamed live on Wednesday 20th:
Recording of Bonnie's can be viewed here.
Slides are available here
This presentation examines ...more
LTI offers training sessions for staff in the following areas:
Click on the picture to download the full programme forLent Term 2016
Book your place through LSE's training ...more
Tea,Tech and Teens ...
Introducing our next NetworkED seminar on Thursday 12 November at 3pm
When Maggie Philbin accepted a role on Tomorrow's World in 1982, she had no idea what a life changing decision it would prove to be. Immersed in a high tech playground, meeting inspiring innovators behind the technology we all ...more
What if all of London were a networked University?
What do we do when we gate-keep our spaces?
What if everyone could work in everyone else’s spaces?
What if there were no tiny little islands in London?
Or, in a University?
Digital can be a mechanism for breaking down barriers-learning spaces are digital and physical. ...more
In a few weeks LSE will be rolling out a fleet on new MFDs (multi-functional devices) that allow printing, photocopying and scanning and I have been advising the project team on copyright issues. As part of this project IMT have a range of new marketing materials to promote copyright education ...more
LTI show and tell on students as producers projects took place on the 30 April. Some common themes emerged amongst all the presentations which highlighted the importance of integrating the academic with the practical and embedding the projects into the assessment process.
Lecture capture of the event can be watched online ...more
The NetworkEDGE seminar on Wednesday 20 May will be a 'Women in technology panel' which will discuss 'The role of education in encouraging women to work in technology'
Dr Ellen Helsper, from LSE will be chairing the panel so we caught up with her to find out why she is taking part in ...more
Thursday 30 April 12:00-13:45 NAB.2.14
On Thursday 30 April LTI will be holding a show and tell event on the students as producers projects that have recently been carried out at LSE, many as a result of the 2014 LTI grant process. An outline of some of the projects can be viewed ...more
LTI are holding a show and tell event with academics from various departments on Thursday 30 April, 12:00-13:45 in NAB.2.14. Presenters will discuss their individual experiences of allowing students to create and share subject related materials. An outline of some of the projects can be viewed below:
Dr Peter Manning – Department of Sociology
‘The role of education in encouraging women to work in technology’
We are delighted to announce that following the success of our NetworkED student entrepreneur panel discussion we will be holding a 'women in technology' panel discussion on Wednesday 20th May at 3pm in R01.
The recording from the panel discussion can be ...more
LTI Grants 2015/2016 - opportunities for funding
Now that we have reached the end of term we hope that you have some time to catch your breath and reflect on your teaching in order to think about any changes that you might like to make for the next academic year.
In order to help with this process LTI are ...more
The Student Ambassadors for Digital Literacy (SADL) project has involved 40 undergraduate students this year from Statistics, Social Policy, International Relations and Law. We are almost at the project end, and tomorrow afternoon have organised a celebration for everyone who has been part of the programme this year; staff and ...more
LTI NetworkED Seminar: Student entrepreneurs and innovators: the role of education
Wednesday 4th March 5pm in R01
Learning Technology and Innovation run an annual seminar series called NetworkED: technology in education that invites speakers from the field of education, computing and related disciplines to discuss how technology is shaping the world of ...more
Do you have ideas and suggestions on improving the students' experience at the library?
Would you like to have your say in the changes happening there?
Would you like to feed your ideas into a project to redesign the lower ground floor space?
Do you want to win an iPad or Amazon vouchers?
Professor Sonia Livingstone OBE is the LTI NetworkEDGE speaker on Wednesday 25 February at 5pm in Ro1.
She will presenting on 'Developing social media literacy: How children learn to interpret risky opportunities on social network sites'.
Powerpoint slides from the presentation: SocialMediaLiteracySoniaLivingstone
Watch the live stream below
Tweet your questions and join the debate #lsenetedge
Professor Livingstone's ...more
The LTI (learning technology and Innovation) NetworkED seminar next Wednesday 28 January at 3pm in R01 will be from Dr Leslie Haddon on Children’s experience of phones: for better or for worse.
Dr Haddon from the Media and Communications department will be sharing the findings from the Net Children Go Mobile project on ...more
Philippe Roman Chair in History and International Affairs 2014/15, Professor Matthew Connelly, is teaching 'Hacking the Archive - HY447' this academic year. He is currently a professor in the Department of History at Columbia University. In our first 2015 NetworkEDGE seminar on 14th January, Professor Connelly be talking about his ...more
You can watch the video recording of the Marieke Guy NetworkED seminar on our LTI Youtube channel and a Q&A with Marieke can be found below
Marieke Guy from Open Knowledge
Ahead of her NetwokED seminar talk on Wednesday 26 November Marieke Guy answered some questions for LTI on open ...more
LTI recently held a show and tell on assessment with technology with colleagues from LSE, UCL and Westminster. The event was well attended and provided an opportunity to find out the varying ways that technology is being used in to innovate assessment.
The show and tell event is part of the work ...more
Thank you to all of those who attended last night's event, whether in person or online. A video recording will be available shortly.
LTI NetworkED Seminar series Marieke Guy ‘Open data in education’ Wednesday 26 November 5:00pm – 7pm, NAB2.06.
Marieke Guy (@mariekeguy on Twitter) is a project co-ordinator at Open Knowledge (https://okfn.org), a global ...more
If you couldn't make it to Helen Keegan's NetworkED talk, click here to watch the recording on our YouTube channel.
Q&A with Helen Keegan - Senior Lecturer (Interactive Media and Social Technologies), University of Salford, Manchester.
Q1.You have been involved in numerous projects which challenge the usual dynamics in teaching and ask students to ...more