>I started using a week ago and my life has changed…

It has prompted me to finally get a blog started.

I also need a blog to record some reflections on elearning for an online course that I’m doing with Oxford Brookes University.

It is about time I did it as I’ve been banging on for some time now about how ‘social software’ is the key to enhancing elearning – as opposed to the ‘lets put all our content on a VLE approach’. I’ve also made students do blogs to reflect on their learning so it’s only fair that I should too.

So it’s official – I’m part of a huge community of bloggers, and a huge community of people who want to put their photos on Flickr. Within Flickr I’m part of several smaller communities who have something in common. I like the Utata group as it acts as a salon in the traditional sense where people talk, play, experiment and learn. The Photodominos group is great as they post photos that connect with each other in some way – with some really interesting interpretations.

Have a look at my photos.

Here is a photo that I took at 3.00am this morning in Glasgow after a massive and sudden snowfall – that’s how bad my addiction is…

It is called rear window and has been added to two film related photo pools – Dial H for Hitchcock and Let’s talk film!

rear window

By |March 12th, 2006|photography|1 Comment

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  1. […] made me revisit some of my early posts which were sometimes quite raw. My first post beginnings was about flickr and how it had really transformed my life back then. This was a time when I was […]

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