Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

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If this, then what?

What if you can’t think as far as a solution – ‘if this, then that’ (IFTTT) – and can only get as far as ‘if […]

1,000

The irony that I’m using this post to highlight that I’ve posted 1,000 posts is not lost on me. But then again, when I started […]

January. Or is it February?

This post is Day 21 of my #100DaysToOffload challenge. Want to get involved? Find out more at 100DaysToOffload.com. January always feels like a long month. Like most universities, […]

Avatar(s)

Does your avatar or social media profile pic matter anymore? Back in 2015 I thought about the growing ‘trend’ in ditching the cartoon/illustrative image, the […]

Book Review: Finding your Campfire – A Remote Working Survival Guide

Since March 2020, and the beginning of lockdown, I made a conscious effort to spend more time unplugged and with my family. News of the […]

Bring Your Own Device For Learning (pt.2) #BYOD4L

Seven years ago (!) I was invited to join the founding team of the #BYOD4L team – ‘Bring Your Own Device for Learning’. An experiment […]

MS Teams keyboard shortcuts

I tend to use keyboard shortcuts whenever I can at work or on a computer – I find it easier to do that than hunt […]

Students of tomorrow, from yesterday

As part of the efforts to link and connect people virutall during these lockdown and home-working times, I’ve been inolved in a new initiative to […]

Now that’s spooky!

Every so often something happens on my phone that makes me wonder just what is happening, who has access or who is listening and what […]

Will they, won’t they?

Tier 3 or 4. Will it be Tier 5? Will they vaccinate ALL nurses, doctors, teachers and keyworkers or not? Will they introduce testing at […]

Reading. Again

It doesn’t feel like I read much towards the end of last year. By the time I logged off from work I had a little […]

Acceptance

Here are my thoughts for 2021, the ‘year after covid’ – we won’t be back to ‘normal’, and we’ll finally stop hearing about a return […]

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