Monthly Archives: January 2014

#byod4l Day 4 Collaborating scenario 1 – busy student

Good stereotype of the student who has other life commitments and is excluded from group activities. But so real. So defining the real problem here, we see we have a motivated student who can’t be in the same place at … Continue reading

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#byod4l Day 4 Collaborating scenario 2 – international collaboration

I have a project at the moment like this. Or rather some academic colleagues in our Business School have. So this is what we’re doing. Like the student scenario I’m going to use the word ‘parallel’ to represent something that … Continue reading

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#BYOD4L Why me? (And who else should be here?)

I don’t have a role in technology enhanced learning formally at my university. I wonder how many other people involved in the #BYOD4L course this week would say they have ‘developing our understanding of BYOD4L’ specifically on their work plan. … Continue reading

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#BYOD Collaborating across time

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#BYOD4L Presence and Presentism

Where we are and who we are with, and the good and bad feelings associated with that, require some thought in the context of #byod4l. Thinking about social presence raises questions about respect (being noticed, kudos), sharing (information, beliefs), interactivity, … Continue reading

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Collaborating – breaking barriers must be good? #Byod4l Day 4

It must be good to break down barriers and remove constraints. That’s one of the biggest benefits of BYOD4L isn’t it? And in terms of collaboration you multiply those benefits, because it’s not just you benefiting. One way of expressing … Continue reading

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#BYOD4L Day 4: Collaborating

Any how, any place, any time, any where, any reason (why do this?), with any one: and what do this questions mean for collaborating?

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