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 […]

be the change

The end of 2017 has been marked by a two incidents. First was the laptop. A complaint was made about me using one in a […]

Helping young people gain the skills they need for a digital future: guest blog post for Parent Zone

One of the best bits about blogging is that you just never know who is reading your posts and where that might lead.  I was […]

Are you a digital polymath?

  I think it might have been an bit of a radio interview early one morning a couple of weeks ago that got me thinking […]

NMC Digital Literacy take 2: the power of a good rant

I was pleased to spot last night that the NMC has published its second Horizon Project Strategic Brief on Digital Literacy : a follow-up to […]

Jisc Connect More 2017 – Reflections

I recently attended the Jisc Connect More event in Sheffield, which focused on digital capabilities in higher and further education. Digital Capabilities can be defined […]

the language matters of digital pedagogy and learning wheels

I’ve said it before… ……….will say it again…              …….language matters! Neil Postman – not from the prescient Amusing Ourselves […]

brick walls crack but don’t fall

What’s a digital shift? It’s like getting through a brick wall. Brick walls are not made to be broken… At last weeks Annual Research Students […]

DCG Spotlight on Digital Capabilities: Student futures – equipping students to thrive in the digital era

I recently attended the UCISA–DCG conference on digital capabilities, which took place from the 24th to 25th May in Southampton. This was my first conference […]

My connect: disconnect stuggles

(photo via Unsplash) Donna Lanclos has just written a thought provoking post based on the recent Future Happens event.  In the post she focuses on […]

Phoenix Project – Visiting the University of Namibia

by Dewi Parry Recently, Matt Smith (WCPPE, School of Pharmacy), Karl Luke (Learn Plus Project, University IT) and I were very fortunate to be invited […]

TEL-ling tales – where is the evidence of impact?

Research is complex. It can be a messy business, but it matters. Higher education revolves around research and student degrees yet when it comes to the […]

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