Webinar: Getting the best from digital video – Nik Peachey

May 14, 2015

Webinar: Getting the best from digital video – Nik Peachey

28th May 2015  at 8 – 9 pm UK time (GMT+1)

To listen to the recording go to: http://breeze01.uclan.ac.uk/p87ze0ohn6t/

This webinar will look at a range of tools and techniques for exploit the capabilities of digital video.
I’ll include a range of ideas and suggestions for both online courses and classroom use.

Bio:

Nik Peachey

Learning Technology Consultant, Writer, Trainer

I have been involved in education since 1990 and have worked all over the world as a language teacher, teacher trainer, technology trainer and educational technology consultant.

I am an award winning course designer and materials writer and can create custom-made face-to-face and online training courses for teachers and students.

I have been involved in major training consultancies for ELT schools, organisations, publishers and education ministries around the world including companies like British Council, BBC, Open University, International House, Google and many more.

I am an experienced virtual and physical conference presenter and have delivered educational technology related talks and workshops at major conferences all over the world.

In May 2012 I won a British Council ELTon for Excellence in Course Innovation for the Blended Learning in ELT course I designed for Bell Educational Services .

I am best known for my free blogs, which have atracted more than 2 million page views. These include ‘QuickShout’ and ‘Learning Technology’.

In 2009 I published a free e-book ‘Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers’ which has been read by more than 180k teachers world wide.

You can see a portfolio of links to my work at:http://www.scoop.it/t/nik-peachey or download my CV from Nik Peachey CV.

  • I hold a Masters in Educational Technology and ELT
  • I am a Prince 2 Qualified Project Manager
  • I hold Cert TEFLA and Dip TEFLA and have worked as a teacher trainer on both courses.

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