Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

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Posts by Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

AI vs Algorithms

There is a distinct difference between AI and an algorithm. Somehow I feel we’re missing this in the way it’s fashionable to suddenly claim everything […]

“The introvert in me…”

I don’t try and hide my introversion tendencies. These days. I used to. I was told at school, time and time again, that to be […]

Where do I go next?

Like many among my readers, I’ve vastly reduced my use of Twitter over the last couple of years. Since the radical changes in ownership and […]

ChatGPT and education

I started this post as somewhere I can curate and make notes on what I’m reading about the OpenAI chat tool, ChatGPT, and its impact […]

Freedom and creativity

As a blogger, I’ve always enjoyed the freedom and creativity that comes with sharing my thoughts and ideas. But lately, I’ve found myself struggling with […]

The problem is choice

Like most people choice can be a bit of a problem for me, especially if I have too much. Examples (random) Driving to see family […]

Personal blogging

One way out of the mire that we’ve found ourselves in with our use (and reliance?) on social media is the personal blog, according to […]

Hashtags and CamelCase

Support for Hashtags were added to Twitter in 2007, before this they were used but the platform didn’t create links on them for searching and […]

Milestones

As 2022 heads out the door and we can see 2023 warming up in the next room, talk and blogging is looking forward to the […]

Christmas Poem

OK. I admit it. I was not going to write anything about the ChatGPT tool that has everyone talking recently. I was certainly not planning […]

52 things I learned in 2022

Inspired by Tom Whitwell’s annual collection of things learned, here are my ’52 things I learned in 2022′. The list is usually presented under the […]

What’s taking so long? #100DaysToOffload

In August 2020 I started the blogging challenge of 100 Days to Offload, and 834 (!) days later I’ve still not completed it. Why not? […]

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