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Ed tech must reads: Column #26

First published in Campus Morning Mail 15th March 2022 List of Centres for Teaching & Learning / Digital Education teams from Alexandra Mihai Most universities have their own units dedicated to supporting and enhancing learning […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #25

First published in Campus Morning Mail 8th March 2022 Student evaluations place unfair and harmful expectations on women university teachers… from Australian Journal of Political Science (via Twitter) Few will be surprised to hear that […]

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Ed tech must reads: Column #24

First published in Campus Morning Mail 1st March 2022 A strategic reset: micro-credentials for higher education leaders from Smart Learning Environments Not to brag but I was advocating for micro-credentials/digital badges more than a decade […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #23

First published in Campus Morning Mail 22nd Feb 2022 Academic Writing Analytics (AWA) Project from UTS Connected Intelligence Centre As student cohorts and lecturer workloads get larger, automating feedback on student writing has become increasingly […]

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Ed tech must reads: column #22

First published in Campus Morning Mail 15th Feb 2022 Second Life vs the Metaverse from Drew Harry The hype continues to grow around the Metaverse, the coming virtual work/play space that Gartner claims 25% of […]

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Ed Tech must reads: Column #21

First published in Campus Morning Mail 8th Feb 2022 Course Hero, Ed-Tech Company, Hires Ed-Tech Critic from Inside Higher Ed Ed Tech Twitter has been, well, all atwitter in the last week over the news […]

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Research update #62 – The importance of faculty/central

I haven’t posted one of these for a while but the work has been rolling along. In the last month I’ve written ~25k words of analysis on two questions (two big questions) in my pilot […]

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Ed Tech must reads – Column 15

First published in Campus Morning Mail on Tuesday 23rd Nov Working paper: What does it cost to educate a university student in Australia from MCSHE & Pilbara Group One of the common concerns raised (or […]

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ASCILITE 2021 Conference Day 3 – notes on the fly

(Oops, I thought I’d published this on the day) Lines of thought: the emergence of meaning through collaborations and remix – Wendy Taleo and Sarah Honeychurch Looking at learning with technology through the lens of […]

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ASCILITE2021 Conference Day 2 – notes on the fly

Awards Ah, this is why Beth was asking whether edvisors value CMALT yesterday. Congratulations also to Keith Heggart for the Emerging Scholar award Poster from Kate Coleman, Kate Mitchell Kelly Anderson, et al. If unis […]

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