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 set backs, new jobs and family circumstances I am still going with it. More info can be found by clicking on this link.
This blog is purely for me to share my ideas as they come. I have opinions and experiences around digital education, social justice, online learning and possibly mental health, but whether or not I will be writing about these remains to be seen. I am really using this as a way for me to think things through and see what ends up where.
All the views I have are not to be confused with anyone else’s.