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Ed tech must reads: Column #35

First published in Campus Morning Mail 17th May 2022 14 Equity consideration for Ed Tech from Campus Technology The process of introducing a new education technology to an institution can be lengthy, needing to balance […]

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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 #33

First published in Campus Morning Mail 3rd May 2022 Enabling Online Learning: who are the educators? From The Open University This chapter from The Handbook of Digital Higher Education is of interest for the way […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #32

First published in Campus Morning Mail 26th April 2022 Intel calls its AI that detects student emotions a teaching tool. From Protocol Phrenology was a popular pseudoscience in the 19th Century that posited that we […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #31

First published in Campus Morning Mail 19th April 2022 Blended vs Hybrid learning – the debate continues from Clare Major If there is one thing we love in Higher Ed, it is an ongoing debate […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #30

First published in Campus Morning Mail 12th April 2022 Is there still a future for online and blended teaching? from WonkHE WonkHE can be a bit clickbaity and this piece recycles some tired tropes about […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #29

First published in Campus Morning Mail 5th April 2022 Zoom and Room: Hidden labour from Lawrie : converged Sometimes the problem with doing a job well is that few people see how much effort is […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #28

First published in Campus Morning Mail 29nd March 2022 The value of a Weekly Preview Video from Teaching@Sydney As Zoom continues to lower barriers to using video in education, more and more educators are normalising […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #27

First published in Campus Morning Mail 22nd March 2022 Proof points: college students often don’t know when they’re learning from The Hechinger Report Lurking in the background of discussions about student evaluations of teaching and […]

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Thoughts on: Papers citing Whitchurch on the Third Space in HE

This is mostly just to capture my brief notes on works of interest with a focus on the Third Space in Higher Education that have drawn on the work of Celia Whitchurch (2008, 2009, 2010, […]

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