Category Archives: social media for learning

Stretch your legs #lssig #twalk #TwalkBoundaries

Join us for a Twalk tomorrow, Friday 28th July between 14:15 and 15:30 BST If you joined us at the end of May on the #MELSIG #SIGCLANS Twalk you will undoubtedly want to join us again – wherever you are. You will … Continue reading

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The future ain’t what it used to be – looking at key drivers for change in HE up to 2020 #uogapt

I was invited to be a panel member at the University of Greenwich’s APT 2017 conference in lieu of George Siemens who had been scheduled as keynote, but who was unable to make the journey over from Texas due to illness. Myself, … Continue reading

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Invitation to the Revolution! Subversion! Collusion! #uogapt #vortexspace

On Tuesday we will invent a new world inspired by Vorticists and Dynamism. We will explore ‘Studio for All!’ by deconstructing what we know about learning spaces and reconstructing a connected hybrid learning space. Wherever you are I invite you … Continue reading

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#Twalk as a learning space

I have had several expressions of interest for organising further Twalks following the successful #Twalk on the 31st May (see also previous posts and links from the MELSIG event programme for 1pm). I thought it would be useful to describe and reflect … Continue reading

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Digital ephemera and placemaking for learning

In this post, I continue to explore the idea of digital placemaking, what it means and why it is helpful for thinking about digital and blended learning spaces. Let’s start with ephemera. Ephemera is anything that is short-lived. Digital ephemera … Continue reading

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