The Reed Diaries

A blog discussing various issues in eLearning, with a particular focus on issues related to Higher Education including Open Education, MOOCs, Social Media and Quality Assurance, etc.

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Posts by The Reed Diaries

Where do all these technologies fit?

So earlier in the week, Apple announced the pricing for their new watches, ranging from a few hundred pound up to a ridiculous £8000 for […]

10 days of Twitter at Liverpool #LivUni10DoT

For quite some time I've been interested in running the 10 Days of Twitter course at Liverpool, and I've finally got off my backside to […]

Hygiene factors: Using VLE minimum standards to avoid student dissatisfaction (publication)

Advertisement for Great Expectations in All the Year Round. It's been a while since I blogged about the work we've done around student expectations of technology and VLE […]

Difficulties in Developing Online Learning

iPad image CC BY Flickr user Official GDC I've been thinking about the difficulties in developing online learning for a while, and a few months […]

on Mayer's Multimedia Learning...

As I'm currently working on developing some online modules, I thought I'd put this post out, which is actually something I wrote about 3 or […]

Research Skills: My use of Google Scholar & Mendeley #phdchat

I've been asked to present at our Staff-Student Digital Literacies (LearnIT) event this week on the theme of Digital Research. I don't consider myself particularly […]

User input & interaction - from the mouse to gesture-based control

Englebart's Mouse Prototype It's seemed like for many years the relative genius of The Mouse as an input device was truly innovative. It enabled us […]

Only if there was a book about #edtech

Oh wait, there is.... The Really Useful #EdTechBook It's called "The Really Useful #EdTechBook". Some time ago David Hopkins (@hopkinsdavid) came up with this wonderful […]

Using 3D animations in teaching #ukoer

You know sometimes when you start a new job and you always hear about some great work that's been taking place in parts of the […]

The Language of Feedback #LTHEChat #9

The first #lthechat tweet chat of 2015 took place last night, with David Walker (@drdjwalker) and I (reedyreedles) as facilitators covering the topic of The […]

Analysing #BYOD4L Tweetchats (Mon-Fr)

So the latest #BYOD4L iteration has come to a close. Well formally the non-course has come to a close, but initiatives like this are often […]

Analysing #BYOD4LChat Tweetchats (Sun-Tues)

So yet more tweetchats are taking place this week - this time for the #BYOD4L get-together. Of course at these times I typically capture the […]

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