Category Archives: learning

Let’s leave them to their own devices

This posting is about some of the hidden benefits I discovered when I encouraged students to bring and use their own device (BYOD) to a workshop I ran earlier this week. The workshop was on cloud computing for small businesses so … Continue reading

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Learning Technologies in adult learning: influence how a charitable trust employs >£40m to achieve its mission

Last year, with Seb Schmoller, Adrian Perry, and Clive Shepherd, I was commissioned to report to the Ufi Charitable Trust (UCT) on “priorities for interventions by the Trust and others through learning technologies in adult learning and employability in the … Continue reading

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A new digital revolution

I wonder if the technology we all use would be the same if  Gene Roddenberry had not written Star Trek?  Would we have doors that go swoosh,  flip top mobile phones, ipads and androids with touch sensitive interfaces. While down … Continue reading

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Research in Learning Technology Journal goes Open Access

1st January 2012 was the launch date for the Journal of the Association for learning technologies learned academic journal to transfer from the more traditional publishing model to an open access model. So what I hear you say, publishing is publishing same … Continue reading

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Creating short videos that support learning

If you are here to learn how to upload the free e-books from project Gutenberg onto your Amazon Kindle then click here  or scroll down I continue to be impressed with the use of short videos as a method for teaching … Continue reading

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