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Ed tech must reads: column #53

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 20th September Do zoom meetings really help? A comparative analysis of synchronous and asynchronous online learning during Covid-19 pandemic from Journal of Computer Assisted Learning The author […]

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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 #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 #36

First published in Campus Morning Mail 24th May 2022 Why is my lecturer a robot now? Using AI-assisted technology to teach from Teaching@Sydney Some of my recent must reads about the potential impact of Artificial […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #34

First published in Campus Morning Mail 10th May 2022 An online engagement framework for Higher Education from Online Learning One of the most commonly expressed concerns about teaching online – particularly from educators more comfortable […]

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Ed Tech must reads – column 17

First published in Campus Morning Mail Tuesday 7th Dec, 2021 Three Lenses on Lurking: Making Sense of Digital Silence from International Perspectives in Online Instruction (paywall) The practice of reading the discussion in an online […]

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