Tag Archives: #byod4l

#BYOD4L Day 5 and Summary

I have just finished reviewing all the portfolios of those who have so far submitted claims for open badges from the BYODAL event (somewhere along the line ‘event’, rather than course, became a preferred term for at least one participant). … Continue reading

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#BYOD4L Day 4: Collaborating

Any how, any place, any time, any where, any reason (why do this?), with any one: and what do this questions mean for collaborating?

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Smart Learning – call for book contributions

The call for the new MELSIG (Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group) book is now open! There are plenty of different ways for new and experienced authors to contribute – even by publishing digital media artefacts online. Find out how this … Continue reading

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#AppGrab

Here’s my selection of apps for the AppGrab. I’m a little surprised. I have loads of apps on my phone and iPad but it turns out that, for learning (specifically learning and not teaching or other things) these are the … Continue reading

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Focus on Apps? Do an #AppGrab

I suggested it would be interesting is some of the people in #BYOD4L chose to share screen grabs of the smart apps (an AppGrab). “That sounds a bit techno-centric” suggested one of my c0-facilitators! “Oh, I didn’t expect you to … Continue reading

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BYOD – organic proliferation of the 21st century pencil case

Answers to questions being asked by educational developers and universities about what are the best change models for adopting BYOD may include the proposition that we are entering uncharted territory. It almost looks like there isn’t a role for the … Continue reading

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