Tag Archives: learning environments

Weaving across the digital physical space

Understanding the interconnectivity between the physical digital learning space has been central to my thinking since the participatory web emerged in about 2004. This is what drove my interest back then in podcasting and the ‘digital voice’ and it continues … Continue reading

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#BYOD4L Barcamps, beer and where we take our own devices

#BYOD4L has run its course, but is not over. I have tasks I intend to complete and much thinking that has only started. The chats provided a good, engaging structure that allowed us, as participants, to think about things in … Continue reading

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#BYOD4L Why me? (And who else should be here?)

I don’t have a role in technology enhanced learning formally at my university. I wonder how many other people involved in the #BYOD4L course this week would say they have ‘developing our understanding of BYOD4L’ specifically on their work plan. … Continue reading

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#BYOD4L Presence and Presentism

Where we are and who we are with, and the good and bad feelings associated with that, require some thought in the context of #byod4l. Thinking about social presence raises questions about respect (being noticed, kudos), sharing (information, beliefs), interactivity, … Continue reading

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#BYOD4L Day 2 Reflections – Communication

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