[T.E.L.L.] Open spaces: WordPress in Teaching and Learning

The upcoming T.E.L.L. Tuesday webinar is on Feb 28 12:00-1:00 pm PST on the topic: “Opening spaces: WordPress in Teaching and Learning”, facilitated by Lucas Wright and Emily Renoe, learning technologists, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, UBC.
In this session they will explore some of the potentials of the WordPress MU platform in teaching and learning in higher education. Lucas and Emily will share examples and lessons learned at University of British Columbia and facilitate discussion around how other institutions have used open blog platforms in teaching and learning.  In addition, participants will learn and discuss:

  • Ways that WordPress can be used to enhance collaboration, and interaction in teaching and learning
  • Lessons learned in the UBC context and takeaways for other institutions

Where do I attend one of these Lunch n’ Learns?
Bring your lunch, put on your headset and connect with your computer to the session via our ETUG Collaborate Meeting Room. Guest link:
The audio of the session will be recorded and shared.
Need assistance with Collaborate (formerly Elluminate) and how to connect? :!/Elluminate_Live!_V10_Participant_s_Guide/?id=419
Looking for a few good resources on involving a group of colleagues at your site?:
Best Practices for Hosting Blended Events  (This is just one example.)
This series is part of Opening Education, a BCcampus initiative to bring together individuals interested in open educational curriculum development, publishing, teaching, and administrative practices.
Stay tuned for all upcoming Lunch n’ Learn sessions the last Tuesday of each month!
SEE the resources we are are sharing from January’s T.E.L.L. session.