Seeing how it all fits together – a timeline for Art History

Last year Professor Liz James (Art History) received a Digital Practice Award. The purpose of the funding was to give staff the opportunity to develop […]

Professional Development Opportunities for the Start-of-Term

We’re pleased to announce a new programme of professional development opportunities for the beginning of the new term, which are open to all academic and […]

We Need to Talk

After almost 6 years working as a learning technologist, I’ve finally popped my ALTC cherry, and it’s been a blast. A hectic, non-stop, 10 hours […]

The Third Space

I’ve written about or mentioned a certain bugbear in many posts over the past few years. It’s something that, to quote great thinker and philosopher […]

Welcome Back to Learn with Lynda!

York St John University have had a subscription to Lynda.com for about two years and I have found it incredibly useful, so if you haven’t […]

Improving Participation – Inclusive Digital Practice Toolkit

The “Inclusive and Accessible Practice (IAP) Project”, brought together expertise from Learning Services’ Assistive Technologies and Learning Technology Development Teams (John Haycock and Martin Baxter). […]

AI and the future of Higher Education.

One of the most talked about advances occurring around the world at the moment is the rapid rise of AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning. […]

You’re Tired!

It was on this very day 10 years ago that markets woke up to a problem when French bank BNP Paribas halted redemptions, or funds […]

TEL in Numbers

I thought it would be a great idea to look back to 2016/17 and share with you some of the key facts and figures relating […]

The way to academics’ hearts is through their minds

I presented the following abstract at Cardiff University’s Learning and Teaching conference on Tuesday. And no, I haven’t forgotten about those ‘gaming is the future’ […]

‘Isn’t she in Game of Thrones?’

…said my erstwhile partner when he caught me clapping my hands with same level of enthusiasm a horse-mad 4 year old may display on receiving […]

Game On! (Part 2)

A warning to other bloggers out there: this is what happens when you promise your audience that you are going to write something groundbreaking based […]

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