Alexa

image from https://www.amazon.in/Amazon-Echo-Smart-speaker-Powered/dp/B0725W7Q38 The family refer to Alexa as ‘she’ but there’s no sentience. Alexa is a form of artificial intelligence, built to respond to […]

The week the internet was 30

image from https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-47524474 I’ve often wondered if what we call the internet keeps Sir Tim Berners Lee awake at night. Reading his open letter to […]

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Will the new Accessibility Regulations make any real difference?

On 23 September, 2018, the EU Web Accessibility Directive became law. Websites and mobile applications of public sector bodies have to meet an accessibility requirement. While not explicitly […]

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 […]

landing a jumbo jet on a postage stamp

image from  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Aviation/Selected_picture#/media/File:Inverted_Jenny.jpg Some blog posts bubble and brew for months. Others burst out of nowhere – like this one. It started earlier today with […]

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 […]

if the binary is the problem don’t fix it – ditch it! Reflections on UCISA spotlight #udigicap

I hate being late. I blame the speed restrictions on the M1. Four lanes of traffic should move at ease and speed but 40 mph defeats […]

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 […]

Imposter Syndrome or Instagram Symptom

I have a new colleague whose PhD examines Imposter Syndrome in teachers.  My twitter feed has been linking me to Imposter Syndrome resources. 2018 seems to […]

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 […]

this week’s post is bought to you by digital procrastination

Procrastination is something I’m good at. Very good. I wander through the world wide web like it’s my second home – or maybe even my […]

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