Category Classroom Technologies

Self-marking Paper-based exams.

We were interested to know whether we could use our Qwizdom audience response handsets for students to input their answers to paper-based multiple choice tests that were given in examination halls.  The impetus for this was to have the papers marked both quickly and by machine. We produced an exam that included a number of […]

High Tech Low Use Rooms

All UK universities now have at least one high tech flexible learning space.  Typically they have furniture that can be arranged in various configurations and wall mounted screens – sometimes interactive touchscreens – with wireless keyboards and mice.  Some, as I mentioned in the last post, have surface boards. And such rooms are not particularly new. Ten years […]

Postcards for Petrolheads

Classic cars caught unawares in their natural environment.

Ros Walker

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HistorianRuby: An Historian's Miscellany

Early modern historian. Loves gender, women's, social & royal histories. Ventures elswhere when interest is piqued. Blog may cover above themes or something a little more random. Find me on Twitter @ruthrblair


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Laurence Marks

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The Ali Lowe Commentary

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The Lure of Speed

Vintage Motoring Blog

Rob Appleyard

My thoughts on learning, technology and stuff that makes me tick