I have many identities. I am the Faculty Learning Technology Lead for the Faculty of Social and Historical Sciences at UCL. I am also a part-time PhD Student at the Centre for Learning Technology, Lancaster University, member of the board of The eAssessment Association, wife, mother and carer.
I started this blog to focus my attention on Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs). I have completed my MSc Digital Education with Edinburgh University (yay) and so this blog has become my musings over all things digital for education. At the time of writing this I was very keen to keep my interests and thoughts about all things digital education going through this blog but the inevitable happened and I have not be as prolific as I thought. I also started a PhD with Lancaster University (e-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning) way back in 2016 and through a range of setbacks, new jobs and family circumstances (aka ‘life’) I am still going with it. More info can be found by clicking on this link.
This blog is partly for me to share my ideas as well as to host pages about my PhD research. I have opinions and experiences around digital education, social justice, online learning, but whether or not I will be writing about these remains to be seen. I am using this as a way for me to think things through, my own motivation and see what ends up where.
All the views I have are not to be confused with anyone else’s.