Lost in Disruption #DMLLExpo

The Disruptive Media Learning Lab at Coventry University is one of those places that when you enter it you start saying “WOW”.   I was there yesterday for their “Lost in Disruption Expo“, invited to give a keynote with Jacqui Speculand (raising her hand above) who is their Principal Project Lead. I met Jacqui when she […]

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New Year, New PhD

Happy New Year.  I start the New Year by starting my PhD with Lancaster University on e-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning after it being introduced to me by Sheila McNeill, fellow ALT trustee and all round techy superstar.    It’s a totally online programme with residential’s in the first and second years.  I am really […]

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MOOCing in the name of

In the back of my mind, every time I think about MOOCs, both within my institution or because of the articles I have been adding to my resources on Scoop.it, I’m constantly drawn to the issue of  QA.  How does a Faculty/Institution, know who is offering a MOOC in their name?  And by what process […]

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Video Analysis

I’ve started to look at the content – my research will be creating case studies and I have found a wonderful set of videos.  I have contacted the academics involved and they are keen so that is great.  Having spent the last couple of weeks transcribing about three hours of interviews, discussion and presentations, I’m […]

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Time waits for no man – or woman

When I started to write this blog, I had ages before my dissertation on MOOCs needed to be completed. August was months away, and I had plenty of time to think, capture my thoughts and play around with ideas.  #Whoknew. So, I’m determined to make an effort (more than an effort really) to stop procrastinating […]

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