learning, teaching, technology

Promoting the Effective Digital Education Organisation

The Promoting Effective Digital-Age Learning report from the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission gives a competence framework for digitally competent educations organisations. The report positions digital education as an important component of European economic competitiveness by boosting digital skills and promoting online and distance education and training to improve regional human capital and innovation capacities. Education and training organisations…

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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 extension of the use of the interdisciplinary methods mix developed for my PhD: (i) in digital education strategy with a focus on dynamic capabilities. I would…

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Micro-Learning and Learning Analytics to Improve Student Self-Reflection

With Dr Christopher Cheong from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Chritopher’s work is concerned with how we enhance students’ experiences of learning and how they can become better engaged and motivated as they self-regulate their learning. He is based in the School of Business IT and Logistics.   These rough notes were taken during the presentation to summarise the main points of…

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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
teaching, technology

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 analysis. The course so far has been clear and well presented but its early stages. Also, using Gephi on the Mavericks version of OSX has been…

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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 on HBS move in to online learning. For me, it is an example of how the assumptions that "MOOCs = online learning" are dominating and corrupting…

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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 this is partly due to domestic demand but also demand from Southern and Central America? See on www.openeducationeuropa.eu

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Network Learning Conference: ANT symposium part 2

Back again after the coffee break with more tech issues as trying to bring in Chris Bigum from Australia, on exploring the potential of publics click pedagogy. The presentation has started but with extreme echo so makes it impossible to hear at all. … The session is being recorded and hopefully will be available later. So we can engage with…

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