The Nottingham Media Enhanced Teaching and Learning (METAL) project has been funded by grants from the University of Nottingham‘s Teaching and Learning Strategic Fund. We have also had support from the MSOR Network and the National HE STEM Programme, allowing us to provide lunch for the participants at the four METAL workshops.
The First Nottingham METAL Workshop at the University of Nottingham took place on May 27th 2011. Twenty-nine people attended, with a good mix of academics and IT staff.
The Second Nottingham METAL workshoptook place on Wednesday 22nd June 2011, 10:30-16:00. Twenty-one people attended.
The following recordings are publicly available from the first workshop:
- Joel Feinstein: Welcome and “Using a tablet PC and screencasts” – METAL – Echo360 edition
- Joel Feinstein: Using a tablet PC and screencasts – METAL – Camtasia edition
- Peter Rowlett: Further uses of screencasting – but are they effective? – METAL – Echo360 recording
See also http://wp.me/posHB-eR for links to recordings of my sessions from the second workshop.
My METAL overview video from the fourth workshop is available at