Task 2 - Designing engaging online activities

Contribute to inventory of online activities (badge activity) (no more than 2 hours)Designing activities badge

Think about an activity you have used, or one you’ve encountered as a learner. Pick a framework to describe it, and share that in the ‘sharing learning activities’ discussion board. Think about what your activity is trying to achieve - you might want to include a short narrative about the design decisions you’ve made, or things you’ve changed from an existing activity, and why. We encourage you to attach a PowerPoint file, or link to a Google presentation or a Prezi, or use one of the learning design tools Greg demonstrated in the video to represent your design. At the very least, if you're short of time, just describe your activity in text.


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Designing Engaging Online Activities - Reflective Practice Picture of Sarah Gillespie Sarah Gillespie 4 Sarah Gillespie
Sat, 19 Mar 2016, 10:00 AM
Postgraduate Construction Online Induction - AUTC Framework Picture of Charlotte Browning Charlotte Browning 0 Charlotte Browning
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JISC model of learning activity design Picture of Jo Akers Jo Akers 3 Mark P Childs
Fri, 18 Mar 2016, 9:47 AM
Collaborative Annotated Bibliography - AUTC framework Picture of Silvia Dibeltulo Silvia Dibeltulo 4 Silvia Dibeltulo
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JISC model: E-learning for health (RLO design) Picture of Jo Bramham Jo Bramham 2 Simon Llewellyn
Thu, 17 Mar 2016, 11:34 AM
Hybrid Learning Model Management Consultant, Editor, Open University Lecturer, Glasgow PhD Student in TEL Katharine Jewitt 9 Simon Llewellyn
Thu, 17 Mar 2016, 9:59 AM