A highlight, for me, of the Inaugural Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning (SoTEL) symposium last week, was the discussion sparked by Prof. John Clayton’s trendsetter address. John’s presentation explored the idea that knowledge is shaped by social context and the implications of this for designing a modern curriculum. John argued that the focus should be […]
We’ve updated the demonstration Quantext site today. New and updated features include: Interface enhancements to make uploading and managing your files easier Faster analysis Enhanced support for multiple teaching or reference materials Basic reporting functionality to support student feedback Small bug fixes Revised and updated documentation Thanks to Irina Elgort and Simon Buckingham Shum […]
We have a number of Quantext presentations and workshops lined up for 2018. I’ll be posting the slides to this blog as we have them to hand. To start things off, here are the slides for our short paper presentation at Ascilite towards the end of last year.
We’re very excited to be heading up to SoTEL at AUT next week. SoTEL is shaping up to be a very worthwhile event with a great line-up of speakers. We have a short slot on Thursday 15th at 12:00pm where we’ll be demonstrating the Quantext workflow – do come along if you can! In early March, […]
In most universities around the world, student writing and text-based teaching materials are routinely uploaded to institutional Learning Management Systems (LMS) and form part of the familiar machinery and practice of higher education. While teachers in higher education can and do reflect on their practice through engaging with student language, both written and spoken, there […]