Bring Your Own Device For Learning (pt.2) #BYOD4L

Seven years ago (!) I was invited to join the founding team of the #BYOD4L team – ‘Bring Your Own Device for Learning’. An experiment […]

Book Review: Social Media in Higher Education

I was aware of Chris Rowell’s call to action over a year ago, asking for interest in contributions to an idea he had, an academic […]

Sharing

Recent themes to my work has been the nature of how, and what, we share. I wanted to reflect a little on my own ‘sharing’ […]

Chatting about CMALT #altc

One aspect of ALTC this year was my involvement in the CMALT sessions. Through a few conversations on Twitter in the weeks leading up to […]

What is a Learning Technologist? Pt. 15

In May 2015 I joined Warwick Business School, WBS, as an eLearning Consultant. In September the same year I was awarded the ‘highly commended’ Learning […]

Hashtag #4WordPedagogy

Another fantastic hashtag ‘battle’. Started by Jesse Stommel at the weekend, it’s a simple premise used before: use a hashtag and get the learning community to […]

Is LinkedIn still relevant?

I have a LinkedIn account and profile – here it is: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/davidmhopkins I think it’s OK – nothing special, nothing outstanding. I’ve put a little effort […]

Networks – establishing and maintaining them

So, how would you provide an insight into creating and maintaining a professional network, in 140 characters? This was a challenge I took up from David Walker […]

The intrinsic and extrinsic value of academic blogging #LTHEchat

I’m not new to running or paricipating in tweet chats, in fact I’ve done a fair few over the last few years. And loved each […]

50 Most Influential HE Professionals Using Social Media

For a month or two JISC has been asking for names and nominations to a new list they’ve been producing – 50 Most Influential HE […]

How Twitter can be used for informal personal learning?

I joined Twitter in January 2008 and in the last 6 years, 4 months, and 7 days since my first tweet I have made or […]

Project: The Really Useful #EdTechBook

You know how it is … you have an idea that just won’t go away. About a year ago (January 2014) I had an idea […]

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