Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

eLearning, mLearning, Blackboard, Blogging, Social Media, and the stuff in between / David Hopkins

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Top tips for learning

Every year for, well quite a number of them now, I’ve submitted my ‘top 10 tools for learning’ that Jane Hart / @C4LPT runs. I’ve […]

New perspectives

Last week I took a taxi from Southampton to my in-laws house, where I’d left my car. A journey of about 45 minutes and 30-something […]

Sharing

Nearly all of us share something online, be it twitter LinkedIn Facebook WhatsApp etc. Whether it’s your coffee, dinner, family party, links to a blog […]

The ‘un-book book’

I’ve written four books. I loved the experience and I loved the feedback both during the writing and publication processes. At an event back in […]

Working from home / location independent working

It doesn’t matter what you call it, but the ability to ‘remote’ work is as much about the attitude of the individual as the attitude […]

Moment of panic

That moment of panic when you realise there’s a problem with your website/blog. When your phone can’t connect to the server to download your emails, […]

Comments

In days gone by comments on blog posts used to be the only way to really get feedback on my blog posts, and a way […]

In conversation with: Maren Deepwell (@MarenDeepwell) #altc

A new regular feature to the ALT blog has ALT CEO Maren Deepwell in conversation with a number of ALT contributors. This week is my […]

Blog vs. Twitter vs. LinkedIn

Just a small observation on my use of the above ‘channels’, and how I perceive other people’s use of the channels. How I use: Blog […]

Take it away, and what do you have?

A fantastic end to the week … a discussion in and around the impact of learning design on the student experience. While there are so […]

What I’ve learned from my kids: Trust

A while back (!) I started reflecting and writing about lessons I was learning from being a parent, and from seeing the world from my […]

Reading: A MOOC taxonomy based on classification schemes of MOOCs

As seen on Twitter earlier today (thank you Grainne Conole): A MOOC taxonomy based on classification schemes of MOOCs by T. Liyanagunawardena and colleagues: The […]

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