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Ed tech must reads: column #62

First published in Campus Morning Mail 29th Nov 2022 What has been the biggest change or evolution of your digital learning ecosystem in the last 18 months? from Twitter It’s an understatement to say that […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #61

First published in Campus Morning Mail 22nd Nov 2022 10 Pedagogical innovations from Business School Professors around the world from Business Education Innovations While there are often specific practices or pedagogies that are more relevant […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #59

First published in Campus Morning Mail 8th Nov 2022 Suggestions on dealing with AI-generated papers that don’t get flagged by plagiarism-checking software from Twitter Umar Ruhi (@Informatician) raises the question that won’t go away in […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #58

First published in Campus Morning Mail 1st Nov 2022 How to make students read? From The Educationalist One of the most universal complaints that educators have about their students, regardless of the discipline, is that […]

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Thoughts on: Exploring factors that influence adoption of e-learning within Higher Education (King & Boyatt, 2015)

This is a big post because it is about a journal article that covers some of the core issues of my thesis in progress. I’ve spent far longer looking over, dissecting and running off on […]

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Thoughts on: National Students as Partners Roundtable 2016

I was recently invited by @UQKelly – Kelly Matthews of the University of Queensland – to attend the National Students as Partners Roundtable on a glorious Brisbane Spring day. (For which I am grateful almost […]

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