digifest meets Musicfest, Jane Britton and Jane Burns (1-3pm)

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University College London

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Gower St



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Due to the nature of digifest - venues may change - we would like to give anyone the opportunity to participate and may try and change venues to accommodate levels of interest. Therefore please be responsible about making unused tickets available. It is easy to manage your bookings - just log into Eventbrite - go to the My Tickets tab for your account and cancel, book or join a wait list for sessions. If we are not able to accommodate levels of interest we want to live web stream sessions - of you can not get tickets why not volunteer then you will get to see the session and help make it happen - help others watch on the share live web streaming sites we want to be running throughout the festival. Many thanks The digifest team


digifest meets Musicfest

A demonstration of LectureTools interactive presentation software with a festival celebration. Join The Janes for a journey through a brief history of rock music festivals. Join in with the fun in real time using LectureTools, interactive presentation software.

Activities include interactive rock trivia quizzes and clips of historic performances.

The session will last approximately 1 hour 30 minutes, plus 15 minutes for logging in and an introduction to LectureTools features.

Important information about this session!

Please bring your own device to the session. Laptops work best with the software, but ipads and Smartphones can access most of the features.

The software uses a form of Powerpoint view, so Smartphones are probably the least easy to use with it.

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About the session host
Jane Britton and Jane Burns are Senior Teaching Fellows in the Department of Management Science and Innovation. They were UCL’s first adopters of Lecturetools in 2013, and are also regular rock gig and festival-goers.

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Interested but can’t make it to the session? Tweet your thoughts and opinions to @ucldigifest with hashtag #dftools and populate the discussion online!

Filming, photography and recording
Participants are encouraged to take photographs, film clips and recordings of sessions and distribute these via social media. In addition the event organisers will be capturing the event and distributing photographs and film clips via the event website and other public channels. By attending a digifest event you consent to photographs and film clips being used in this way. Please inform the event organisers at each session if you do not wish to be recorded and we will endeavour to ensure this. For queries, please contact ele@ucl.ac.uk.