education design

Ed Tech must reads – Column 14

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 16th November 2021 Professional Development Opportunities in Educational Technology and Education via Stephen Downes Stephen Downes has been a go-to source for information and opinion about online […]

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Ed Tech must reads – Column 10

First published in Campus Morning Mail, 19th October 2021 Watch Party Lectures: Synchronous Delivery of Asynchronous Material from Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education Something that I’ve noticed recently in online conferences is an […]

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Ed Tech must reads – Column 9

First published Campus Morning Mail 12th October 2021 This Former English Prof Built and Sold a Company: Here’s What She Learned from Roostervane One thing commonly discussed about education technology companies is how well they […]

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Thoughts on: Practicing what they preach: A case study exploring the experiences of Instructional Designers as educators of an online teaching certificate program (Uibelhoer, 2020)(Thesis)

Of all the theses that I’ve read recently, this one has been the most valuable – for several reasons. Chiefly, it fills a gap in several areas of the literature around edvisors relating to edvisor […]

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Research update #51: Been a long time Been a long time Been a long lonely lonely lonely lonely lonely time*

Actually it hasn’t been that lonely at all, life is pretty good on that front, but it certainly has been a long time since I last posted here – coming up to 3 months. So […]

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Research update #38: Proposal writing Day 2 – more on edvisors, less on edvisors & institutions

I’m kind of just staring at the screen now with 27 different tabs open across two browsers so I guess it’s time to take a mental break at the very least. Going by my schedule, […]

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Thoughts on: Reconceptualising academic work as professional practice: implications for academic development (Boud & Brew, 2013)

I’ve been really struggling to process my thoughts on this paper for the last week. I’ll read a few pages, furiously scribbling notes all over it, and then need to step away to deal with […]

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Thoughts on: The Herckis research in progress into barriers to TEL in Higher Ed

L. Herckis, personal communication, July 10, 2017 I’ve been banging on about this a bit here recently but that’s only because I’m enjoying the new perspective on this issue, which is kind of at the […]

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Research update #20 – Language language covfefe

Nothing like using a word that will be terribly dated in a week’s time in a title to anchor it in space/time. Language has been a particular interest in the last few weeks and months […]

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Thoughts on: The Dynamics of Social Practice; Chapter 6 Circuits of Reproduction (Shove et al, 2012)

This chapter seemed to take forever to work through, possibly because a bit of life stuff came up in the interim but it’s also at the more complex end of the discussion. It concludes the […]

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