Category: teaching

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Digital Education Seminar: Professor Joel Smith, ‘The Eye of the Needle: New Understandings of the Complex Barriers to Instructional Innovation with Technology’

Professor Joel Smith is Distinguished Career Teaching Professor in philosophy at Carnegie Mellon University and is currently the co-principal investigator of a research project on barriers and affordances to implementation of instructional innovations titled is currently...

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My future research areas

In preparation for a meeting, I identified my future research areas in the field of digital education and learning linked with future teaching/ professional development offers. These two main areas are underpinned by the...

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Building

  Well… this blog is clearly being reconstructed using the Hueman theme. I’m hoping to have this completed by the New Year and imagine the blog will stay pretty scrappy until then

A sociogram of my Facebook network 0

Facebook network

I am currently trying to catch up on the Coursera MOOC on social network analysis . My main aim in taking the course is to force myself to learn about using Gephi for network...

Business School, Disrupted 0

Business School, Disrupted

See on Scoop.it – Network learning In moving into online education, Harvard Business School discovered that it isn’t so easy to practice what it teaches. Peter Evans‘s insight: This is a fairly long article...

Open Education | Open Education Europa 0

Open Education | Open Education Europa

See on Scoop.it – Network learning Peter Evans‘s insight: A really interesting set of stats from the European Commission. In particular, the number of MOOCs from Spain is interetsing and I would wonder if...