Why I moved my #CMALT portfolio

Last week I completed a pet project I’d had in mind for a while now. I moved (copied, pasted, checked, published) my CMALT portfolio from […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Open writing/blogging challenge #OpenBlog19

This morning I had an idea for a ‘pay it forward‘ blogging/writing challenge. The premise is simple … once nominated you will be presented with […]

What does education mean to you? #EducationDay

Inspired by the tweets I’ve been reading today, and from Sheila MacNeill’s post of the same title, here is something that education and learning means […]

political and critical; a personal reflection

ALT and motherhood on the same page? I didn’t see that coming!. Last week Catherine Cronin and Frances Bell presented A personal, feminist and critical retrospective […]

Start the week backwards #ALTC #femedtech

We look ahead and forget the value of looking behind. It’s ALT time again. If you’re involved with technology for teaching and learning, then ALT is the […]

Reading: TEL strategies from the perspective of disruptive innovation

This, from ALT Research in Learning Technology: The publication of institutional strategies for learning, teaching and assessment in UK higher education is practically ubiquitous. Strategies […]

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 […]

Reading: Hashtags and retweets

I’m getting back into reading around things I enjoy and things that matter to me. What better place to start than with the archives of […]

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