Daniel Scott

Learning Enthusiast | Digital Learning Specialist

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Digital Learning and Skills Strategy

Earlier this year I attempted thinking around improving the learning culture and modernising digital approaches in Human Resources, where I am based.  This led me […]

Review of Digital Learning Design and Digital Learning for Educators

Growing and investing in our future generation of learning technologists/digital learning specialists workforce has long been a passion for me.  Which can be seen through […]

Levelling up - identifying professional abilities, strengths and gaps

As I am in a state of mind of exploring my next professional development activities, I thought I would try out a newly developed resource […]

10 years in learning technology

10 years ago tomorrow, 22 February 2010, I first stepped foot into my learning technology role. 10 years on and what a journey it has […]

Preparing for SCMALT

It's getting to close to renewing my Certified Membership of the Association for Learning Technology (CMALT) again.  As I start preparing my thoughts, focus and […]

Models to help design and deliver digital learning

Invited by Liz Bennett, my former supervisor and lecturer when doing my Technology Enhanced Learning MSc at University of Huddersfield.  Today at 4.30pm I delivered […]

Frustration, conception, solution - A narrative for change in progressing and transforming digital capabilities

Today I attended and presented (video at bottom) at the first DigiLearn Sector Connect event, themed on 'Developing the digital capability of our staff'.  Below […]

Using stacking to build digital capabilities

This is very embryonic but I'll be sure to flesh this out in more detail as time goes... Teachers and assessors are immensely busy and […]

What HE can learn from me and FE

Picking up on something I said in a previous post "there's a lot that higher education (HE) can learn from FE and many lecturers tell […]

Using PebblePad to support and evidence productivity

Further to my recent PebblePad work, during preparation for my end of year appraisal I have been thinking of ways that I can clearly demonstrate […]

Learning from my explanations and actions

Earlier this year, I had doubts that I wasn't articulating myself in conversations in and outside of work.  Plus, not having a lot of words […]

Engage, Enhance, Empower: 3 steps to developing your learning technology practices

Delighted to have delivered another webinar for the Society of Education and Training Foundation's (SET) webinar series, broadcast on Thursday 24 October 2019 at 4pm. "In […]

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