Posted by Carole Kirk


Digital reflection Mechanisms provide tools to revisit, organise and make sense of the digital artefacts.  This process can prompt deeper levels of critical reflection as decisions are taken as to which artefacts to select and why, and how to organise them to communicate learning and insights.   This may ‘force’ a process of reflection as students select, organise and explain recorded materials.  Examples may include:

Photo credit: Delia Muir

Photo credit: Delia Muir

  • VLE
  • Digital storytelling
  • Powerpoint
  • Blog
  • Digital image animator
  • iMaestro
  • e-portfolios

Have a look at our Resources for online guides to some of these digital reflection mechanisms.