Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

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Book review: The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F**k

As part of getting to grips with an ever changing work environment, duties,line management, and other work-related ‘difficulties’ AND the very volatile political and cultural changes […]

Why CMALT is important to me #altc

It’s coming to that time of year when I start planning for the Annual ALT conference: #ALTC. My annual review is complete, ALTC was discussed […]

With what shall I remember the future?

I read an article this morning from Martin King, which got me thinking. I’ve just beta Blogged “With What Shall I Remember The Future?” https://t.co/AoyPu89hQb […]

Book Review: Ready Player One

I’ve been reading a lot of books lately, some work related, some classic fiction (see my other blog, ‘100 school books‘), and some purely for […]

Dear Twitter. It’s not me, it’s you

Here’s a confession … I’m not as enamoured by Twitter as I used to be. Unlike a traditional break up argument (is this the case, […]

The Future of Learning Technology in UK Higher Education

Last year I was approached and interviewed by Microsoft. In that interview I talked about my experiences and hopes for my work, both in the […]

Creating learning content on your phone: Videos

Creating resources on my phone is not something I usually do, unless it’s a tweet, photo for Instagram, document for my book projects, or videos for […]

So long Instagram, it was fun

Yesterday I switched off another network, Instagram. I have left Instagram — David Hopkins (@hopkinsdavid) March 27, 2017 There are a few reasons for this. […]

Adapting a MOOC for Research

Written by my colleague, Rachael Hodge, this article is a summary of our experience in identifying and developing research activities within the University of Warwick’s […]

Do you use your VLE?

As the New Year arrives I’m finding my thoughts slowly getting back to thinking about things I’ve happily ignored for the last two weeks. After ignoring […]

What I’ve learned from my kids: Yes Day

Last year I started writing about things I’ve started to learn from watching my kids grow and how they see things. I’ve started to realise […]

Reading: To BYOD or not to BYOD #altc

From the ALT Research in Learning Technology open access journal: “To BYOD or not to BYOD: factors affecting academic acceptance of student mobile devices in […]

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