Category Archives: MELSIG

Come to the event formerly known as Prince – or #bleetchat

Apologies for the title – knowing what to call this post sums up much of what I want to capture here following one of those Twitter excursions where an indeterminate number (but including¬†@digisim @DonnaLanclos @Lawrie @alexgspiers @JefferyKeefer) discussed our interest … Continue reading

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Photo elicitation as open learning space

Before dispensing with the short paper myself and Kathrine Jensen presented at #OER16 I wanted to return to an image we used. The slides we used in our presentation were embedded in the previous post. The title image is reproduced … Continue reading

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Media Enhanced Everything

It’s amazing the difference a bank holiday or some time off ill can make. Or a request to write a short article about what you are doing when actually you realise that some of the great ideas you had six … Continue reading

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Not everyone likes this new thing

Just following on from previous posts on my review of ‘podcasting’ literature, I want to illustrate a problem I find in the literature concerned with reviewing innovation. I have tried to avoid picking on people and do not intend to … Continue reading

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Digital Voices – free and open!

The MELSIG Digital Voices (Digital Voices: a collaborative exploration of the recorded voice in post-compulsory education)¬†book is now free for download from the MELSIG site. If you do download it for free please promote it by citing it in blog … Continue reading

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SmiLE! Smart Learning Environments for Smart Teaching

I am running this event on BYOD4L for HEA Stem on the 21st March with my colleague Anne Nortcliffe: We will be reporting on a cross institutional survey into the use of smart technologies by staff and students. To … Continue reading

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