New Padlet app now available

I know many colleagues here in GCU are using Padlet within their modules, and we are all big padlet fans in the Blended Learning Team.This week things have become a bit more padlet-tastic with the launch of their i-pad app. If you haven’t used padlet before, this post from Richard Byrne suggests five possible ways you could use it for learning and teaching, including blogging, bookmarking and group discussions. One of our favourite uses of Padlet was as a digital wishing tree in our open event, GCU Games On, during the Commonwealth games last year.

If you have any examples of how you use padlet then please share in the comments. And remember you can embed a padlet wall directly into a page in GCULearn, just copy and past the embed code into the HTML editor in any content area.

screen shot of padlet wall

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