This post is a summary of the key themes that stood out for me at the Durham Blackboard Users Conference 2014. I have captured in greater detail some of the sessions and I may decide to release those as blog posts later on, but in the meantime you can either listen to the podcast episodes or read my take below.
I'd be very keen to hear your thoughts either on Twitter with the hashtag #durbbu or via the comments facility.
This is the second of a series of posts which look at data collected from the surveys of Year 1 students who attend my induction sessions. In this post I look at the way students' desktop, laptop and tablet ownership have changed over three years.
My recent investigations into tablet and laptop ownership amongst our students have suggested that we might be able to take advantage of these devices in-class. Dr Antonios Roumpakis, one of our lecturers in Social Policy, proposed where this might be useful.
This is the first of a series of posts which look at data collected from the surveys of Year 1 students who attend my induction sessions. In this post I look at the trends in mobile phone ownership and we discover which phones students actually use in 2013.