• Technology Engagement Group

    The Technology Engagement Group (TEG) is a group formed to experiment with new technologies that have potential to enhance the student learning experience.


    Introducing TEG

    The ideas behind TEG are set out in an article by Richard Francis who had been inspired by a visit with Academic Liaison Librarian Debbie Lenihan in June 2015 to the Disruptive Media Learning Lab (DMLL) at the University of Coventry. Entitled Disrupting Vision, it’s a light-hearted piece, to be read in a spirit of adventure but with some semi-serious food for thought.

    How better to build an appetite for new technology than to attend our lunchbytes, short, informal, lunchtime discussions of accessible new or lesser known technologies that might just change the way you work... or at least whet your appetite for more digital goodness?

  • Lunchbyte programme Semester 2 March - April 2020

    Online sessions via Google Meet on the dates shown below

    Using lecture capture software to record library literature search sessions

    • When? Thursday 5th March 12:00 - 13:00 and Tuesday 10th March 12:00
    • Reflections on (and a how-to of) using lecture capture software to record library literature search sessions. We also reveal how students have been using these recordings.
    • Chef: Geoff Morgan

    Create engaging handwritten video content with Videoscribe

    • When? Wednesday 25th March 12:00 - 13:00 via Google Meet https://meet.google.com/cag-qgsn-vck
    • VideoScribe is a tool for creating engaging whiteboard-style animations to help inform our students and staff.
    • Chef: Harry Kalantzis

    Byte-sized, Collaborative, or Adaptive Learning?

    Zapworks - Augmented Reality for Brookes students and staff

    3D printing - print is the Future, just not that sort of print

    See a list of previous TEG sessions

  • If you would like to attend any of these sessions please contact LR Digital Services.

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