Talis Elevate is a tool that enables students to annotate resources (documents, images, audio and videos, etc.), both individually and collaboratively. These annotations can be shared or kept as private notes. They have proven a powerful driver of student and learning in History at Lincoln, as is made clear in the resources below.
Materials on the use of Talis Elevate in History & Heritage at the University of Lincoln:
- Natalie Naik (2020), Onboarding Talis Elevate in 24 hours at the University of Lincoln, Talis blog interview with Matt East and Jamie Wood
- Jamie Wood and Matt East (2020), Onboarding a team in 24 hours. Prioritising active reading in emergency teaching, Managing Change – Challenging Existing Practice, Organised jointly by ALT East England & East Midlands Learning Technology (EMLT) group
- 2020: Talis blog post with Hope Williard
- Jamie Wood and Matt East (2019), ‘Supporting active and collaborative learning in History at the University of Lincoln through Talis Elevate‘, ALT Annual Conference, University of Edinburgh.
- 2019: Talis blog post with Jamie Wood
- Jamie Wood (2019), ‘Promoting active reading using Talis Elevate‘, Digied19 | Education in a Digital Age, University of Lincoln.
- Jamie Wood (2019), ‘Supporting active and collaborative learning in History at the University of Lincoln through Talis Elevate‘, Talis Insight Europe, The REP, Birmingham. [watch/ listen to a recording here: https://talis.wistia.com/medias/pm07vy60rz]
- 2019: Talis blog interview with Jamie Wood
- 2018: Talis blog interview with Jasper Shotts: ‘Why the University of Lincoln adopted Talis Elevate‘