Learning Technology at Ayrshire College
The Learning Technology team have been getting involved in various pieces of work for the College and researching some new software and hardware.
Here is a quick rundown of our
· Our have been in high demand. Sport and Fitness lecturers David Malcolm and Alan Johnston have been experimenting with 360 footage to assess coaching and to see how beneficial this could be to use as a teaching tool to capture all movement of students during a sporting activity such as volleyball or basketball.
· Kevan Scade and Russel Wilson from Staff Development have ventured out this month to deliver some to primary and secondary schools in Ayrshire. This is helping to build and maintain good relationships between our school partners in the areas whilst at the same time showcasing some of the cutting-edge technology we are using in College available for students during their time here. It also helps us understand the level of engagement pupils have with technology at the beginning of their academic journey right through to when they leave secondary education. It has been very well received and we are getting great feedback from all the staff involved.
· The Campus Liaison staff at the College are also using our to film some workshops with the hope that these may be available on their Moodle pages. This should hopefully let anyone wanting to book a session a better understanding of the content and a feel for what goes on in the workshop.
Now I’d like to share some we have been researching lately: