Category Archives: Possibilities

(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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Here is the Storify from our #SEDAConf #SEDA_NETS physical-digital tweetchat. Thanks to all who took part. View the story “From Conundrum to Collaboration, Conversation to Connection: using Networks to Innovate” on Storify

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View from the other side of the physical-digital tweetchat

I asked two of the tweetchat participants about their experience of our physical-digital tweetchat, as discussed in my previous post Weaving across the digital-physical space. To recap, myself and Sue Moron-Garcia co-ran a face-to-face workshop in parallel with a synchronised online … Continue reading

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What makes a good network? Join our Tweetchat

I am running a workshop with Sue Moron-Garcia this Friday morning (4th November from , 11:50-12:35, UK time) at the SEDA conference. It is titled From Conundrum to Collaboration, Conversation to Connection: Using Networks to Innovate. We will run a … 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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‘Openish’ and open education as disruptive innovation

Reflecting now on attending, presenting and networking at #OER16 I thought it would be helpful for me to capture one or two ideas. I hope these are useful to you too. I went to OER because I had submitted a proposal with … Continue reading

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