Digital practice

image from https://pixabay.com/en/web-network-programming-3706562/ Mistakes can be useful learning tools but we’re rarely rewarded for getting something wrong. Another way to learn is to have something […]

Janus head

image from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janus#/media/File:Janus1.JPG Christmas is coming. Under review, my post excluded from the suggested new structure, I don’t know what lies ahead. The process has […]

digital blindness and rethinking Maslow’s Hierarchy through a digital lens

image from http://ddnews.gov.in/health/blue-light-smartphones-may-speed-blindness Digital blindness is increasingly common. The medical risks are growing but blindness to digital theory and practice are also a concern. Too […]

political

Events this week remind me of Shelia McNeil’s fabulous post on being political – Struggling with my Silence You’re unaware of getting politicised at first. […]

The Other Side of Lurking Part Two, searching for explanations, digital imposter syndrome or self-efficacy?

In Part One of The Other Side of Lurking, I wrote about the #HEdigID #OEP discussion (13/07/18) on Twitter. Every day this week something new […]

digitally blooming – taxonomies for a digital age

LTE (Learning and Teaching Enhancement) are busy. Next month we launch Design for Active Learning (D4AL), our toolbox of designs and activities with a focus on […]

sounds of silence #DigiResHull

Silence has a language of its own. We say a lot without speaking. Bodies, faces, clothes, all give clues. Some messages are intentional like a smile […]

the naughty no of image theft

https://pixabay.com/en/warning-shield-risk-attention-838655/ So yesterday, I attended a presentation about student blogging in a module for summative assessment. It was a brilliant example of teaching and learning […]

perfect academic storm

Last week I wrote about the broken part time market in higher education.  The post referred to the new Degree Apprenticeship being developed at the […]

hatching the golden technology egg

I’ve been reviewed and restructured. Again. It’ happens a lot. This time I’ve been shifted from technology to academic practice. Sounds good. Our new role […]

#digifest17 asks if digital technology is changing learning and teaching

We all know determinists. Excited about the new. Putting tech in place. Waiting for transformation. Any failure is blamed on it being the wrong time, […]

does learning design + TEL = the future?

Language matters. Whether its training or lecture capture instead of teaching or recording resources, the words we use and the ways we interpret them are full of […]

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