Monthly Archives: January 2015

Progress and successes with media-enhanced learning

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Not Hanging Out

The Sheffield Hallam #BYOD4L study group met again today intending to take part in @samillingworth’s Google Hangout this lunchtime. While we could see and hear Sam, Debbie and Isobel at MMU we couldn’t find any way to contribute in GOogle … Continue reading

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Smart Learning Scenarios

The new MELSIG book, Smart Learning:  – teaching and learning with smartphones and tablets in post compulsory education, is nearing completion. Part of the book is composed of Smart Learning Scenarios. While I should be copy editing at the moment I … Continue reading

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BYOD4L – a new perspective

This week has seen the third iteration of Bring Your Own Devices for Learning. My role this time round has been somewhat different – and I think this is because I am not facilitating a TweetChat this time. In the … Continue reading

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