Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

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The ‘killer’ interview question?

In your last interview, were you asked a question you thought was either too tough, too personal, too ambiguous, etc.? Did you think you ‘nailed […]

All change

In April, 2007, I joined Bournemouth University as Learning Technologist. This was the start of my journey in learning technology and working in an academic […]

Think Small: The Surprisingly Simple Ways to Reach Big Goals

I’m always interested in widening my reading list and understanding of the role/world I work in. I’ve worked on the Warwick MOOC ‘The Mind is […]

The University of tomorrow is …?

I’ve just read this article and wanted to share a couple of thoughts I had while I was reading it: “It’s the end of the […]

Leaders and leadership

As part of my journey to being a Learning Technologist, and beyond this role into management and leadership (more on this soon), I have often […]

‘Wise Guy’ with @GuyKawasaki

I’ve spoken before about the way in which Learning Technologists need to think and act as go-betweens in the institution between the academics, the administrators, […]

Books as Open Online Content #BOOC

In the past 10 years as a learning technologist or eLearning consultant, I’ve come across many new ideas, concepts, techniques, technologies, methods, cultures, etc. I’ve […]

Another three years … what’s next? #CMALT

In November 2013 I finally completed my CMALT portfolio and achieved the much lauded CMALT accreditation. Three (and quite a bit) years later I have […]

What’s next for MOOCs?

I’m not going to get in to the detail of whether MOOCs have been the disruptive element for learning as many opined four or five […]

What’s a NGDLE?

I think we’re all interested in what our VLE or LMS will look like, or indeed what it should already look like. Whilst much has […]

Reading: Lurkers as invisible learners

I’ve always been annoyed at being called a ‘lurker’, it’s a term that has a different meaning for me when talking about the engagement, or […]

When PowerPoint goes bad

What are your pet peeves about using PowerPoint? Is it the tool itself or how people use it? I use PowerPoint, and think it is […]

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