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Active Learning through a Collaborative Digital Learning Project
Dr Wendy Garnham and Tab Betts, University of Sussex
Learning through collaboration is increasingly recognised as a useful tool for improving engagement in students (e.g. Coorey, 2016). This presentation described the development of the Padlet Project, a collaborative active learning project run in conjunction with Technology Enhanced Learning at Sussex University. The Padlet Project aims to develop student’s digital literacy skills alongside their academic knowledge base. Students enter the seminar room and work in small groups to either consolidate or extend their knowledge of the seminar topic by producing a multimedia post for a Padlet wall which acts as an online noticeboard. Rather than focusing on the seminar papers in isolation, students create a resource bank of interactive activities, extended reading and links to real-world applications as a result.
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