Day 30: Showcase your #EdTech journey

The last day of the #JuneEdTechChallenge and a chance for us all to be a bit proud and put ourselves on a pedestal and shout […]

Safeguarding and scaling large university Moodle environments

Case studies from Moodle Certified Premium Partner Catalyst IT Offering fully managed e-learning solutions for higher education institutions and businesses, Moodle Certified Premium Partner Catalyst […]

Change takes time

This week the UK has relaxed the lockdown restrictions, meaning we can hug family members and go to the pub. Actually in the pub. Should […]

A New Way To Record Lessons For Your Students: What Is Panopto

On this guide: Making sense of Panopto How it works Panopto’s business model Why use Panopto (or a competitor) Getting started with Panopto Is Panopto […]

Higher Assessment

I find it strange when a blogger doesn’t approve my comment. I consider comments the life blood of my own blog, and whether they be […]

Post-Covid Benefits of Taking a Gap Year

Originally published May 2009. After dealing with Covid-19 challenges this past year, should teens take a gap year to recover losses? The pandemic has been […]

Harvard School Of Education Jumps On ‘Hot’ Learning Design Trend With Revamped Curriculum

The redesign of the iconic Ivy league university’s education curriculum, underway in the middle of a global switch to tech-based remote learning schemes, only gives […]

52 things I learned in 2020

Inspired by Tom Whitwell’s annual collection of things learned, here are my ’52 things I learned in 2020′. The list is usually presented under the […]

Academic deflation

I once had a conversation with a man who scared me. It was over 20 years ago, and I remember him being quite a lovely […]

Slashed: Replacing Economic, Social Leadership Role Of Educational Institutions

As peculiar as the current crisis is, roads to recovery follow a historical beat. Universities and other society’s thought centers move first. First, they gather […]

Is an Online Degree Worth It?

You can’t predict what life is going to throw at you. As a result, we have to be prepared tocompromise, as the path that we […]

Universities Won’t Fix Distance Education—And They Might Endanger Elearning Forever

As many institutions that are currently in crisis, universities were on a downward slope the coronavirus would only make steeper. With skyrocketing tuition costs, the […]

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