Category Archives: Communication

Health Sciences TEL Newsletter (November 2016)

Surface Hub The faculty of Health Sciences has started a trial of Microsoft’s new Surface Hub for the MBChB medical programme. Working with UoB Information Services, we have installed 4 of the 55” Surface Hubs; 2 in our Clinical Academies, North Bristol (Southmead hospital) and Somerset (Yeovil District hospital) and 2 at the University, Centre… Read More »

Twitter Chats

By | March 4, 2016

Twitter Chats Explained! ‘Twitter’ chats are a way to interact with colleagues and students (and everyone else), allowing you to facilitate understanding and share resources about a topic of your choice. Like a normal meeting or face to face teaching session, it takes place over a fixed time however the ‘place’ is optional! People can… Read More »

Live Streaming with Youtube Live and Google Hangouts On-Air

By | June 16, 2015

Intro: What is Video Streaming? If you have never heard of the term before, it might be worth checking out this BBC article to get a basic understanding. Safe to say, the main idea is that it involves the transfer of media to an audience in real time, without downloading the content first. When you think… Read More »