No 101 #LTHEchat on the 10th of January! Join Prof. Dilly Fung @DevonDilly and all!

The next #LTHEChat Wednesday 10th January 8-9PM (GMT) will be based on questions from Dilly Fung on the dimensions of the “Connected Curriculum” framework. Prof Dilly Fung is Full Professor of Higher Education at UCL (University College London) in the UK. She is also Director of the UCL Arena Centre for Research-based Education, formerly the […]

via #LTHEchat 101 Connected Curriculum with Prof Dilly Fung @DevonDilly — #LTHEchat

Join Dr Cristina Costa @cristinacost this week to discuss digital education #LTHEchat

The next #LTHEChat Wednesday 13th December 8-9PM (GMT) will be based on questions from Cristina Costa on “Digital education: participation as learning” Cristina Costa is a Lecturer in Digital Education and Scholarship in the School of Education, Strathclyde University. Her research focuses on the intersection of education and the participatory web through a sociological lens, especially […]

via #LTHEchat no 99 – “Digital education: participation as learning” with Cristina Costa @cristinacost — #LTHEchat

reblogged: next #LTHEchat > lecture capture and in-class engagement >>> 22 Nov > Join us at 8pm UK time!

The next LTHEChat Wednesday 22nd November 8-9PM (GMT) will be based on questions from John Couperthwaite and Stephen Powell on lecture capture and in-class engagement. Bio John is an experienced educational professional who has worked within the higher education sector for over 20 years. His activities in technology enhanced learning have embraced leadership of large infrastructure […]

via LTHEchat #97 “I can spend more time paying attention: lecture capture and in-class engagement” with John Couperthwaite @johncoup and Stephen Powell @stephenp. — #LTHEchat

#LTHEchat No 6 Enhancing employability with Ruth Lawton this Wednesday at 8pm (UK time)


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Dear colleagues,

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We hope you had a good weekend and are finding the #LTHEchat s useful so far. Our next chat is on the 3rd December and we have the pleasure to have with us Ruth Lawton (@ruthlawton) University Learning & Teaching Fellow for Employability from Birmingham City University who will be leading the #LTHEchat on Enhancing the employability of our students and ourselves.

Ruth’s publications include Pedagogy for Employability:
Pegg A, Waldock J, Hendy-Isaac S, Lawton R, 2012 Pedagogy for Employability – revised edition Learning & Employability Series, York, Higher Education Academy

Alongside Ruth, Sue Beckingham from the LTHEchat team will be facilitating the chat.

If you are reflecting on this specific #LTHEchat please share your post with us so that we can reblog. A Google presentation has been set-up to share your thoughts there as well.

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A summary of #LTHEchat 5: Learners as co-creators of knowledge



This week’s chat topic was chosen by you our #LTHEchat  community!

Students as co-creators of knowledge

The chat was led by Chhrissi Nerantzi and Sue Beckingham.

The Storify is available at:

This week’s chat had an additional twist as participants were asked to share a visual message or link about what learners as co-creators means to them! Read more about what and how this was shared in the reflective summaries file below.

Don’t forget we would love you to contribute your reflections by sharing a link to a blogpost you have written, an image or just as a bullet point! Simple click on where it says ‘Google Slides’ and this will open the summary in a new window (Google Slides). Add your contribution and it auto saves.

Next week

We look forward to welcoming our Guest Ruth Lawton who will be leading the #LTHEchat on Enhancing the employability of our students…

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A summary of #LTHEchat 4 – Flipping the Classroom


Hello everybody,

Thank you so much for joining us for this chat with Dr David Smith. This was another speedy #LTHEchat which generated lots of discussion and debate around how we can maximise engagement and creative thinking students inside and outside the classroom.

The storify is available at

So far we have been summarising the tweetchats for you. Now it is your turn to share with us what did stick with you. from now one, you are invited to capture your reflections or a link to these to the following openly shared reflective summaries file.

Thanks again for joining in so enthusiastically. We wouldn’t be able to offer any chat without you!!! If you have any special wishes, please get in touch and if you would like to lead a future chat, just shout!

Please remember to vote for the next topic

See you all next week 😉

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