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The 12 apps of Christmas – or is it 48?

November 16th, 2015 at 09:11

Lots of people have jumped on the bandwagon – offering a “course” or series on The 12 Apps of Christmas. All seem to start 1st December and should be good fun to drop in on.

http://the12apps.wordpress.com University of West London: twelve fun apps for people in higher education: no registration necessary.   #uwl12apps

http://the12appsofchristmas.zohosites.com/  From the Dublin Institute of Technology (who did mobile apps last year), aimed at students & teachers & lecturers. Mobile apps explored in terms of how they could help students personalise their learning. Optional registration.  #12appsDIT

http://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/12apps  Short online minicourse based in University of Brighton’s blog with instructions for each app, together with suggestions of how to use it with your students or peers, and how it might work effectively for you. No registration required.  #12brightapps

https://openeducation.blackboard.com/mooc-catalog/courseDetails/view?course_id=_517_1    Regent’s University London – mostly for their own staff, but others welcome: the basics and some more advanced tips on using 12 educational apps.    #RUL12Aoc

I wonder how many apps will be duplicated across two or more of the courses?

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