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Ed tech must reads: column #66

First published in Campus Morning Mail 31st Jan, 2023 The AI (ChatGPT) future: what do we do now? Webinar Thursday 2/2 12 noon AEDT – Update This is just a quick update on this webinar […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #65

First published in Campus Morning Mail 24th Jan, 2023 Well, it appears that 2023 is to be the year of Generative AI in education. In much the same way that we were swamped with newfound […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #64

First published in Campus Morning Mail 13th Dec 2022 The AI future for lesson plans is already here from EduResearch Matters Unsurprisingly, one of the hot topics for discussion (if not papers, given how new […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #63

First published in Campus Morning Mail 6th Dec 2022 Good morning colleagues, this is a special edition of the ed tech reads column, coming to you “live” from the ASCILITE 2022 conference in beautiful Sydney. […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #49

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 23rd August Online learning is still challenging for students – they need our support from Times Higher Education One thing I’ve always found strange in discussions of […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #47

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 9th August 2022 Raising student engagement using digital nudges tailored to students’ motivation and perceived ability levels from the British Journal of Educational Technology Using ‘nudges’ to influence behaviour […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #46

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 2nd August 2022 How to make your teaching more interesting from Times Higher Education The digital age has made it hard to be bored, with entertaining stimuli everywhere. This […]

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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 #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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