Monthly Archives: April 2017

Reflecting on Hybrid Learning Spaces Tweetchat #LTHEchat

This week I led the #LTHEchat and I have spent the best part of my Saturday reviewing what everyone said. It was that valuable. Thanks. //storify.com/andrewmid/hybrid-learning-spaces/embed?border=false&template=slideshow[<a href=”//storify.com/andrewmid/hybrid-learning-spaces” target=”_blank”>View the story “Hybrid Learning Spaces” on Storify</a>] There are some key themes … Continue reading

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(Dis)embodiment in social media space

Yesterday I spent a fair amount of time reflecting on the role of embodiment in learning. It’s one of those neglected matters (there a lot of neglected matters when it comes to learning spaces – maybe I should rattle off … Continue reading

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Learning is not about enclosures

In tonight’s #LTHEchat on Learning Spaces (8pm-9pm UK at #LTHEchat) I argue that the richest learning space is that which is defined by the learner as they navigate across and between spaces. Learning comes from making connections: to people, ideas, and experiences. … Continue reading

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On the value of placements – a tweetchat

Join us via tweetchat at #SHU_AL (Applied Learning Academic Interest Group) this Thursday morning at 9am – 10 am as we explore the topic of Successful Placements. “When students come back from placement it is like they have had their … Continue reading

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