PJ Evans

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 […]

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 […]

Open Source Scholarship: GitHub for Academics – Next Steps

See on Scoop.it – Network learning See on www.hastac.org

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

Network Learning Conference day 3: Spaces of network learning

Back at the Network Learning Conference for the final day and the final plenary. I’ve written up the main speakers but not the two Pecha Kuchas from Terrie-Lynn Thompson from Stirling and from Phil Sheail [for a more complete record of the session, have a look at the live blog from @suchprettyeyes here. Starting with […]

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. […]

Network learning conference: ANT Double Symposium

Here we go with the second day of #nlc2014 and an extended session on Actor Network Theory and network learning. We’ve been promised beer tasting! The idea is to do some network learning: live streaming and recording the session. Quotes Guggenheim (2011) on sociology of translation fails in own claim of “truth to materials” due […]

Network Learning Conference: doctoral symposium

The Network Learning Conference is starting with a doctoral symposium on Monday 7 April. The conference hashtag is #nlc2014 The symposium is in two blocks, the first is presentations and the second block is a discussion session. Bonnie Stewart on Exploring networked scholarly identities and influences. [@bonstewart]. Majority of the audience use Twitter and or […]

Today .. in pictures

Its been a day of research, or thinking about what I’m doing and sorting data out. Summarised as:       and working out an initial structure for a data chapter:

Happy holidays

Off for a four week holiday. And when I say holiday, I mean catching up on PhD work while eating copious quantities of mince pies

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