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For my final blog on this CMALTcMOOC and in the spirit of trying out new digital tools, I return (after 3 years away) to the new and improved Padlet.

 

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Over the past few months I have been working on the development of a framework to guide the transformative design of online education at my institution. To date the institution has been using a Learning Design model that focus’ on backwards design which is a neat and elegant approach for the design of online courses. … Continue reading Design Alchemy

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 is a worldwide science festival that takes place 20-22 May and brings researchers to your local pub to present their scientific discoveries.

Over 500 events in >30 cities

This year I have been invited to present our scientific discoveries in relation to hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (hEDS) in the context of childbearing to a Pint of Science audience in …Coventry!

#EDSMaternity #hEDS to #pint19

Date Wednesday 22 May 2019
Venue Backhaus & Co. Unit 7 Fargo Village, Coventry, CV1 5ED
Theme Our Body
Talk Title Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome in Childbearing
Who is invited? Everyone… please spread the word!
Talk time 8:15pm

 

 to ! under the theme: Our Body – medicine, human biology, health

Pint of Science 2019

The overall theme for : “What Next?”

  • What Next for science?
  • What Next for Pint of Science?

Find out 20-22 May.

😍

We can’t wait to see you all there @pintofscience 

Tickets for #pint19 are on sale from today (8th April 2019)… All tickets will be £4. Click here to learn more.

🎓😁🙌❤

If you would like to follow the progress of work going forward..

Follow me via @SallyPezaroThe Academic MidwifeThis blog

Until next time…Look after yourselves and each other 💚💙💜❤

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by Neil Cowie.  

Hi Thom - thanks for this. I'd be very grateful if you could point me in the direction of the 'overview of digital publishing formats' as I can't find it. Many thanks, Neil

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by Thomas Cochrane.  

This week we cover an overview of digital publishing formats and CMALT portfolio submission requirements. We hope you have enjoyed your participation in #CMALTcMOOC 2018, and although the 7 weeks finishes at the end of this week, this is just the beginning for the community that has been established! We hope that you now have an understanding of what is required for producing a CMALT portfolio, and encourage you to continue working on developing and sharing your portfolios. You are invited to further PD activities such as

A SOTEL Research Cluster

 ASCILITE Mobile Learning SIG

Mosomelt 2019 starting 29 April 2019

The CMALT Boot Camp

and the next iteration of #CMALTcMOOC (September 2019).

You are also invited to take part in a final participant survey to give us feedback. This week we will also host our final Participant Hangout reflecting upon their CMALT cMOOC experience.


cMOOC Feedback Invitation:

We want to get your feedback on how we can improve #CMALTcMOOC. We have an information sheet, consent form, and online survey for your feedback. Also, if you are willing to let us use your CMALT portfolio as an example there is also a portfolio showcase opt-in. The links are:

Info Sheet: http://bit.ly/1XywKQ5

Consent Form: http://bit.ly/26bPN4B

Survey: https://goo.gl/forms/cDhKGbGbudf221312

Portfolio showcase option: http://goo.gl/forms/J629u943tGsM4OGy2


Future Plans

Remember to check out the growing list of examples for the CMALT Portfolio sections in the Project Bank at https://cmaltcmooc.mosomelt.org/project-bank/

While the “Future Plans” section is not assessed you must complete it. This can be as detailed as you like. The purpose of this is to help you plan for your professional development; it will also be useful when preparing to meet your continuing professional development requirement to remain in good standing.

This week we will also look at an overview of digital publishing formats suitable for an ePortfolio to be submitted for CMALT accreditation. Portfolios can be submitted for review by three different dates throughout the year: 31 January, 31 May, and 30 September https://www.alt.ac.uk/certified-membership/submitting-portfolio


CMALT ePortfolio Examples

A list of Australasian CMALT holders can be found at: http://ascilite.org/get-involved/cmalt/

Example AUT CMALT portfolios

Matthew Guinibert (Communications)

Danni Mulrennan (Journalism)

Laurent Antonczak (COLAB)

Thomas Cochrane (CfLAT)

Todd Stretton https://toddstrettoncmalt.wordpress.com/ (Physiotherapy)

Raj Shekhawat  (CfLAT)


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This week we cover an overview of digital publishing formats and CMALT portfolio submission requirements. We hope you have enjoyed your participation in #CMALTcMOOC 2018, and although the 7 weeks finishes at the end of this week, this is just the beginning for the community that has been established! We hope that you now have an understanding of what is required for producing a CMALT portfolio, and encourage you to continue working on developing and sharing your portfolios. You are invited to further PD activities such as

You are also invited to take part in a final participant survey to give us feedback. This week we will also host our final Participant Hangout reflecting upon their CMALT cMOOC experience.

cMOOC Feedback Invitation:

We want to get your feedback on how we can improve #CMALTcMOOC. We have an information sheet, consent form, and online survey for your feedback. Also, if you are willing to let us use your CMALT portfolio as an example there is also a portfolio showcase opt-in. The links are:

Info Sheet: http://bit.ly/1XywKQ5

Consent Form: http://bit.ly/26bPN4B

Survey: https://goo.gl/forms/cDhKGbGbudf221312

Portfolio showcase option: http://goo.gl/forms/J629u943tGsM4OGy2

Future Plans

Remember to check out the growing list of examples for the CMALT Portfolio sections in the Project Bank at https://cmaltcmooc.mosomelt.org/project-bank/

While the “Future Plans” section is not assessed you must complete it. This can be as detailed as you like. The purpose of this is to help you plan for your professional development; it will also be useful when preparing to meet your continuing professional development requirement to remain in good standing.

This week we will also look at an overview of digital publishing formats suitable for an ePortfolio to be submitted for CMALT accreditation. Portfolios can be submitted for review by three different dates throughout the year: 31 January, 31 May, and 30 September https://www.alt.ac.uk/certified-membership/submitting-portfolio

CMALT ePortfolio Examples

A list of Australasian CMALT holders can be found at: http://ascilite.org/get-involved/cmalt/

Example AUT CMALT portfolios