Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

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Posts by Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

Change the title, change the work?

Have I had it wrong all these years … is not been about me being a Learning Technologist (LT), I’ve actually been an Instructional Designer […]

The last thing on my phone #EdLastThing

This is a bi tof fun, but also a good way to learn from each other … inspired by the  Amazon short series called ‘Last […]

Get to know a ‘digital champion’

Earlier this week I read and shared a post on the Inside Higher Ed website: Online Learning Shouldn’t Be ‘Less Than’ and tweeted this: WRONG!!! […]

What Facebook knows about me (and you)

This week (March 2018) there has been a lot written about Facebook, the data it collects, the data it ‘sells’ and the data available to […]

Career path

Reflection can be good for the soul. It can also be a time-waster and detractor from doing something more productive instead. This reflection is the […]

Relationships

Development of materials for online, distance, blended and campus-based courses can be a pleasurable experience. It can also be fraught with issues not least constraints […]

Sharing

Recent themes to my work has been the nature of how, and what, we share. I wanted to reflect a little on my own ‘sharing’ […]

Authenticity

When you buy a new car or buy a new TV you go to a showroom who deals in the car or TV, either it’s […]

Stuff we say

Can you hear yourself in this? I’m pretty sure we can all hear one or two things here we say, and have heard in meetings.

What I’ve learned from my kids: Motivation

A while ago I started writing about things I’ve started to learn from watching my kids grow and how they see things. I’ve started to […]

Book recommendations?

If you recommended one book to someone to read, be it work-related or not, what would it be and why? Here’s are four recommendations from […]

Learning or achievement?

Irrespective of the assessment criteria or type of assessment used at the end of a course, we champion the achievement and base ‘learning’ on the […]

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