On the development of digital practice…

image from https://pixabay.com/photos/files-paper-office-paperwork-stack-1614223/ 241 pages (without the front bits and bibliography) 77298 words (and rising) My thesis is now in a single word file and […]

digital presence as an indicator of digital capital

image from https://pixabay.com/photos/sheep-bleat-communication-2372148/ The Community of Inquiry model suggests successful online education requires cognitive, teaching and social presences.  I’d agree that designing around this combination […]

The value of research into practice

image from https://pixabay.com/en/puzzle-missing-particles-654963/ The requirements of a PhD are straightforward. It should produce robust claims for an original contribution to knowledge. In other words, what […]

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 […]

Tips for part-time PhD research

A part-time doctorate is a challenge on many levels. In 2014 I posted my top tips for surviving a part time phd Looking back, I think […]

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What is the meaning of PhD? Complete Guidance for Beginners

  Do you want to discover something incredible in your field? Do you want to include a title of doctor with the name? Do you […]

Areas for future research

There comes a time in drawing together the conclusions of any piece of research, whether it is a long PhD study or a shorter project, […]

Going beyond

Perhaps surprisingly to most novice researchers, a research degree does not need to provide “the complete answer” to a problematic question, only to demonstrate the […]

The Other Side of Lurking Part One; a unique distance from isolation

What is lurking anyway? I call it consuming without contribution and we are all great digital consumers. Truely, here and now in 2018, we risk Amusing […]

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 […]

#EDEN18 to #uohlt18 from one conference to another

The week after #EDEN18 was the University of Hull Learning and Teaching Summer Programme, Empowering Our People. A conference on 25th June was followed by two […]

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