learners record and self-assess skill development
This innovative programme, the first of its kind in Scotland, has been developed following a successful application for funding from the Scottish Credit Qualification Framework
Let's start with some stats. In 2016/7 Queen Margaret University's virtual learning platform, the Hub, logged 976,358 sessions. Increasingly, these sessions are external to the campus network - less than 40% now originate from the campus network. Hub users are now connecting from a total of 159 countries across the world - the top three are Nepal, Singapore and … Continue reading THE NEW HUB FOR 2017/8
In this first event of QMU’s online network for online tutors, Professor Keith Smyth from the University of Highlands and Islands, will be
Pebblepad, QMU’s EPortfolio, is being upgraded this summer to ensure it will continue to work with a wide range of browsers and devices and to include new features such as better text formatting. To help with the upgrade we have arranged for PebblePad to provide group and individual training workshops for teaching staff currently using … Continue reading PEBBLEPAD UPGRADE
One of our team attended this 1 day event held at Stirling University.
Today the tel team welcomed Nazmin Razaq QMU's Turintin representative.
"Demonstration of new synchronous web conferencing software" is a long title, but basically we want to show you some fancy new tech at QMU.
Details on planned branding refresh on 10th March
International seminar exploring ePortfolio and student learning, assessment and transitions.