- Tales from the Twitterverse – May 2012
Having been immensely resistant to Twitter, believing it to be populated with angsty teenagers and people informing the world of their every banal move, I have been forced to do a complete u-turn (I would be hopeless as a Tory Minister). I started using Twitter seriously a couple of months ago and I am not [...]
5th Plymouth e-learning Conference 2010 Learning without Limits: Facing the Challenges. Day One: The conference kicked off with a keynote from Josie Fraser who talked about identity, community and learning online. She discussed digital identities and digital communities and the importance of each. She also discussed the relevance of play and how it was beneficial [...]
- OMG it’s nearly Christmas!
OK, seriously, where is the time going? Is it disappearing into some greedy black hole somewhere? Well, since my last posting I have mostly been doing Perception. I have been supporting academics with their various issues as they are preparing their end of term tests. An interesting problem cropped up during a law exam where [...]
- Where did October go?
Well, here am I saying I would be good and post regularly and have seemed to have completely missed October! However, having said that I have been kept very busy with Perception, both training and providing support. Things I have been doing since my last post: I have been very excited about getting my hands [...]
- Hello world (or Uop)!
I will make a conscious effort to make regular contributions to this blog as I haven’t been very good in the past and I do think they are an excellent tool for disseminating information and sharing resources. I attended the ALT-C conference in Manchester last week with the rest of the Learning Technologies Team and [...]
Stay updated on our Uncategorized via our RSS feed