How Sheila Sees IT

A personal blog reflection on practice and issues relating to the use of technology in HE, with a UK focus from the 2013 UK Learning Technologist of the year.

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Posts by How Sheila Sees IT

Thinking about open pedagogy

(image via unsplash) The question “what is open pedagogy?” is this months  Year of Open  perspective.  A really rich variety of voices have shared their […]

Now I am ten (in twitter years)

inviting Rowin to be my twitter buddy — Sheila MacNeill (@sheilmcn) April 10, 2007 (My first tweet) James Clay wrote about his 10th twitter birthday […]

The comfort and discomfort of working and in open and closed spaces #oer17 #critopen #femedtech

#OER17 is rapidly approaching and I am really looking foward to attending the conference. I am always aware of what a privilege it is to be […]

My OER (open emotional response) to #oer17

#Iwill try to be be generous, inclusive and extend notion of open hospitality in everything I do #OER17 — Sheila MacNeill (@sheilmcn) April 6, 2017 […]

#101 open stories – my story

101 open stories is a great idea organised by a fantastic global team of open educational researchers and educators to amass some open stories during […]

Not so much the a case of the wrong trousers, more like a wardrobe malfunction my story for #oer17

Nb this is not a picture of my wardrobe! I’m really looking forward to hearing the keynote from,  and meeting in person, Maha Bali at […]

I wish I’d said that . . . reflections from #digifest17

You know how it is, despite how much you plan for a debate/live speaking situation,  there’s always something that pops in to your head on […]

Time for Analytics of the Oppressed? – my starter for 10 for #digifest debate

I have been asked to step into the breech so to speak for the learning analytics interventions should always be mediated by a human debate later […]

Thinking about my own porosity, filter bubbles and twitter

Image CC0 Pixabay I’m hoping that this post can help me make sense of a number of things that I have been thinking about this […]

ALT 2017-2020 Strategy Launch

Never mind the UK Government’s UK government digital strategy,  the most important strategy launch this week is the ALT  2017 – 2020 Strategy. As Vice […]

If the product works, but what about the people?

This is probably going to be an even more incoherent ramble than normal but I have been trying to write posts around a number of […]

Where Sheia’s been this week – codesigning next gen learning environments with Jisc

You may or may not be aware of Jisc’s current co-design consultation exercise with the HE/FE sector.  The co-design approach is a way to try […]