The projects that I work on aren’t really projects in the technical sense. I like to think of them more as adventures into the unknown. They have a beginning and an end, but they don’t stick to specific milestones. Nothing is rigid and the work I am doing involves people, which means that anything can […]Read More ‘Non-traditional’ learning (for higher education)…portfolios and badges
I have been remiss in recording where I have been talking and where I will be going over the year (2016), as I keep being asked I thought I’d give a little synopsis of where I have been and where I am yet to go. My conclusion is that I am up to quite a […]Read More Up to much Fiona?
I came across this wonderful open access book from Tony Bates ‘Teaching in a Digital Age’ I am still reading it but it is so completely relevant to the agenda for many of us that I had to share my thoughts here. There are twelve sections all relating to aspects of online educational practice, from blended […]Read More Exploring ‘Teaching in a Digital Age’
I have a particularly interesting week coming up for which I have been preparing all weekend. It’s a strange week because on Wednesday I have been invited up to Reading to visit the Microsoft HQ for an ‘Immersion event’ sounds a bit like a religious experience but I have been informed that they have some […]Read More Techys, Librarians and #PedagooLondon
Digital Technology is something that many of us have been working with for some time. We realize the benefits for education and have developed knowledge and understanding about how we can make the best use of this for education and research. I have just been speaking at the Maghreb Digital Learning and Innovation Conference in […]Read More Education Innovation comes to Maghreb