As part of DigiWriMo I’ve already created an AltCV and coordinated a hypertext haiku on Twitter with contributions by @angela_brown @Maha4Learning and @dogtrax. In both cases I used the Twine program to create the hypertext. I’m intrigued by the tool, which allows the structure of the hypertext to be developed, along
Here are five of the benefits of blended learning with an example of how they might be applied in a course to train staff with advanced Moodle roles: flexibility: access at desk or on mobile devices, at any time that suits the learner. Staff working with Moodle may be academics
This November starts several new initiatives for me. Sustainability, Society and You The Sustainability, Society and You MOOC #freeonlinecourse on FutureLearn started yesterday. Six weeks of learning and sharing about sustainable lifestyles, individual, group, neighbourhood, national and global level. I’ve supported this MOOC, for lead educator Prof Sarah Speight, since
Sometimes it seems like you’re not getting anywhere however hard you try. That’s when you need support and affirmation from a good friend. “No-one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else” Charles Dickens
Contributing to blogs is part of many professionals’ jobs these days, not least in HE. This is the second in a series of posts aiming to provide an arsenal of ideas to make writing those posts easier. 2 Re-post blogging This is taking a post or article from another location
Aiming to be a comprehensive resource for HE bloggers, this is the first in an updated series of types of blog post. If you master all of these you’ll never run out of things to post on your blog. Examples are often, but not exclusively, from learning technology blogs. 1:
On Tuesday in #fos4l we were asked about a scenario involving a floundering online learner. The scenario resonated a lot with me (even as a student on #FOS4L!). I have thought quite extensively about the isolation of the online learner, both in the past and more recently when planning MOOCs
I took part in the Twitter chat today under the hashtag #foschat. My question was on how to deal with overwhelm. I consider myself pretty digitally literate. I have run a social media company: I have blogged and tweeted for a living. I have blogged since before the word became
This series of posts is to help me and anyone else with those little tasks you forget how to do next time you do them… (Or maybe it’s just memory problems while getting older!)
I often need to change a file extension, e.g., from a txt file to a csv (in order to be able to upload into Moodle, usually). Here’s how to do it:
Go to the folder where the file is and in the folder controls go to
organize > Folder and Search Options.
Click the View tab.
Uncheck the box titled “Hide extensions for known file types”.
And that’s it – the extensions are revealed and you can change one (with caution of course).
Deep in Robin Hood country, in the very middle of England, and surrounded by aristocratic estates, there’s a cave-lined limestone gorge full of incredible Ice Age archaeological evidence. The caves have survived millions of years of upheaval, collisions of continents and Ice Age glaciers coming to within 20 miles, but