Category Archives: BYOD

Pedagogy of Bring Your Own Device

Documenting for learning I am a strong proponent of encouraging learners of all ages to engage in reflective practice. Learners do not just receive information only at the time it is given; they absorb information in many different ways, often after the … Continue reading

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Planning a #Twalk for #SIGCLANS #MELSIG ?

On Wednesday 31st May we are planning a #Twalk and you’re invited! Wherever you are. Twalk? A Walk-based Tweetchat. The itinerary is here. But it is somewhere near you. Our purpose is to explore the topic of placemaking and learning … Continue reading

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On placemaking

In this post I point to some of the literature on placemaking to inform the idea of digital placemaking which I introduced in the previous post and will develop in subsequent posts. O’Rourke and Baldwin (2016, p.103) note the “interconnected … Continue reading

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Digital Placemaking

I have been developing the concept of hybrid learning space through various activities, research, and writings over the last few years and I will be publishing further on this soon. From this work it is time to bring into focus … Continue reading

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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. //[<a href=”//” target=”_blank”>View the story “Hybrid Learning Spaces” on Storify</a>] There are some key themes … Continue reading

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Uncertainty, Innovation, and Dynamic Capabilities

Uncertainty, Innovation, and Dynamic Capabilities are my words of the year. They also form the title of an article by Dave Teece, a business professor from Berkeley. The article did not grab me in the same way as the words, … Continue reading

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Why did we ever accept an outmoded VLE concept?

I never understood why higher education educators so readily accepted the VLE/LMS concept in the late 1990s. Certainly the idea of Virtual Learning Environment was misguided. The idea of Management System comes closer to explaining what we have lived with, … Continue reading

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