Colin Simpson

Ed tech must reads: column #44

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 19th July 2022 Some thoughts on ‘home’ pages for individuals within communities (and social networks) from Open Thinkering One of the more common concerns raised in discussion of online […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #43

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 12th July 2022 Interactive 360° video stories from 360ViSi The ability of video to place learners in locations that it would otherwise be difficult or dangerous for them to […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #42

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 5th July 2022 Flexible learning spaces or flexible learning places? from Peter Goodyear (Twitter) Universities have long needed to consider the practical affordances of venues for learning and teaching […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #41

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 28th June 2022 University Administrators Views on the Outsourcing of Online Learning from Evan Silberman (Thesis) Adding to the excellent CMM feature story from Gilmore and Nguyen about Online […]

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Scanning the language learning landscape – English Australia ed-tech symposium presentation

Based on my CMM fame (infamy?), I’ve been invited to present a plenary session at the current English Australia ed-tech SIG symposium. I’m not an English teacher but hopefully my brief magpie like exploration of […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #40

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 21st June 2022 Digital transformation is human transformation from Greg Satell (Medium) It’s nice to read an article about digital transformation that doesn’t include phrases like ‘in this time […]

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Research update #63: Where to put theory in the thesis

Hi everyone with an interest in Research – I’ve spent a few days poring over theses related to edvisor themes trying to work out how people talk about theory (and methods) and where they actually […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #39

First published in Campus Morning Mail 14th June 2022 Programme design and delivery through the lens of academic integrity from Quality & Qualifications Ireland Kane Murdoch is the manager of the Conduct and Integrity Unit […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #38

First published in Campus Morning Mail 7th June 2022 Is information power? Exploring the potential of data and analytics for student representatives from International Journal for Students as Partners The Students as Partners movement seeks […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #37

First published in Campus Morning Mail 31st May 2022 2021 to 2022: The Decade of the MOOC from Journal of Interactive Media in Education Remember when MOOCs were going to be the comet that wiped […]

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