- Organised by NES this one-day event highlighted how emerging technologies are being used to deliver or enhance practice or improve access and delivery of education.
- These are my highlights (Ian Watson).
- — TalkingMats (@TalkingMats)Mon, Apr 20 2015 13:56:05PAMIS using IT to develop interactive communication passports for people with profound and multiple difficulties #folqmu2015
- — Knowledge Network (@KnowNetScotland)Mon, Apr 20 2015 13:35:24Creating realism with tech simulations & using wikis for student assessment in trauma radiography. Interesting stuff #FOLQMU2015
- — Ian Watson (@ianwatson)Mon, Apr 20 2015 13:32:24Hi Fi trauma simulation would be better without soundtrack which is totally distracting. Better if we could hear the dialogue #folqmu2015
- — Matthew Curl (@mwrcurl)Mon, Apr 20 2015 13:20:38
- — Knowledge Network (@KnowNetScotland)Mon, Apr 20 2015 13:12:13Big data - Christopher Wroath of NES on connecting the dots so we can see the bigger picture & take understanding to next level #FOLQMU2015
- — Euan McComiskie (@EMAHPInfo)Mon, Apr 20 2015 13:07:02
- — AAC Lanarkshire (@AACLanarkshire)Mon, Apr 20 2015 12:45:55
- — Knowledge Network (@KnowNetScotland)Mon, Apr 20 2015 11:53:14
- — Michelle Drumm (@DrummondoLive)Mon, Apr 20 2015 09:30:01
Festival of Learning, 20 April 2015
Getting Connected : making the most of technology to enhance practice