Annotation, Rap Genius and Education

Annotation educator Jeremy Dean came to me through my serendipity amplifier: Twitter. I watch some people think aloud in public and some people attend to […]

Academic SEO: The future of research citations

Using SEO principles to increase research citations As academics we spend countless hours, days and weeks developing papers which we hope will one day make a […]

Lets give everyone an iPad ….

It’s been a few weeks since my last blog post, the advent of the summer holidays and the completion and submission of my PhD has […]

Using SMS to communicate with Students

This blog post displays some of the results from a SMS Pilot study on the use of text messaging as a means of communicating with […]

How to … Nvivo Data Classifications

Use Nvivo to organise data As discussed in one of my previous blog posts, Nvivo is a very powerful Data Management tool which is ideal […]

News: International New Media Writing Prize Winner Lands Unicorn Role

A Bournemouth University Postgraduate will be bringing his award-winning ideas to Unicorn Training after landing a prestigious international New Media Writing Prize ahead of Learning […]

Museum’s MediaLab Explores Digital Innovation

I recently took a walk across the park from American Museum of Natural History (AMNH), where I work, to our sibling museum founded on the […]

The Book Test

Launa Hall’s recent essay in the Washington Post describes her misgivings and concerns about her third-grade students using ipads in the classroom. Hall describes a […]

Does Flipping Really Work?

Flipped classroom or reverse teaching is essentially a blended learning-environment. It reverses the typical lecture and the homework elements. This approach redefines the roles of teacher and […]

Selfie Pedagogy III: Networked Spaces, Slut Shaming and Putting Selfies in Dialogue with Theory

Those looking for a top authority on how to teach effectively with selfies would be wise to put Terri Senft of New York University at the […]

ETAG (Education Technology Action Group) report

If you haven’t heard of ETAG, it is an independent group set up by DfE ministers and BIS to advise on how digital technology might […]

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