Janus head

image from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Janus#/media/File:Janus1.JPG Christmas is coming. Under review, my post excluded from the suggested new structure, I don’t know what lies ahead. The process has […]

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 […]

brought to you by the letter T

image from https://pixabay.com/en/t-letter-alphabet-alphabetically-1015548/ Restructure complete. For TEL read LTE (Learning and Teaching Enhancement) For TEL Advisers read Teaching Enhancement Advisers.  T for Technology. T for Teaching. What’s the […]

Hull City of Culture and the digital shift

2017 is Hull City of Culture. In 2003 we were trashed as the top Crap Town   What does culture mean? Let’s take a look because language […]

hatching the golden technology egg

I’ve been reviewed and restructured. Again. It’ happens a lot. This time I’ve been shifted from technology to academic practice. Sounds good. Our new role […]

mini CAIeRO taster

The Flying not Flapping workshop flapped a bit. Refreshments arrived – 10 cups, 20 bottles of water, no biscuits – for 30 people. Water is […]

words, words, words…

Two supervisions in 72 hours. How did I manage that? Not enough to be finishing a degree and a Phd at the same time, I booked […]

Being on the edge of things

In an archive edition of Monitor (1964) Philip Larkin talks about Hull being ‘a little on the edge of things’ and how he ‘quite liked […]

TEL-People, language and poetry

With regard to TEL-Tribes I’ve gone a bit anthropological. Not as in going back through the centuries because TEL-People are relatively new but other defining […]

Why don’t I speak French?

Why don’t I speak French? I learned it at school and went to French night class – twice. For 10 years I car-shared with a colleague who […]

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