Autism

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    Autistic learners

    This week we are holding #OLsuccess week which is designed to capture voices of online learners - people with a particular preference or need to access their learning online. This might be through choice or may be something that they have to do as part of [...]

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    Blogging for 10 years

    The photo for this post is a pic of our lovely greyhound who came to live with us 10 years ago. Sadly, she died this week (at the grand old age of 16). We all loved her and will miss her a lot.  I was [...]

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    asperger syndrome – myths and reality

    I don't often just feature someone else's video in my blog but I watched this today and feel it really deserves wide dissemination and appreciation. It is made by KonstantinosPapathanasiou and was self funded. It contains really good contributions from people with Asperger Syndrome and [...]

Featured Posts

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Online learning checklist

July 8th, 2016|0 Comments

I have already written about my work with Heather Price at Jisc on the Scaling up Online Learning (SUOLL) programme. The  working group identified several pieces of work that would benefit the sector. They suggested a Scaling up [...]

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Autistic learners

July 5th, 2016|3 Comments

This week we are holding #OLsuccess week which is designed to capture voices of online learners - people with a particular preference or need to access their learning online. This might be through choice or may [...]

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Online learners

July 3rd, 2016|2 Comments

I'm currently working on a Jisc funded study into online learner expectations and experiences with Helen Beetham and Tim Gray, which is part of the wider digital student study. This work also links back to the work I [...]

Online learning

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    Digital leadership course launched

    I have already written about the work I did for the Commonwealth Digital Education Leadership Training [...]

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    Successful online learners

    The report considers the key questions addressed by the study: 1. What are successful online learners like? 2. What do successful online learners do? 3. How do successful online learners feel about learning online? 4. What differences among online learners are significant to their success? 5. How can providers and teachers/facilitators support online learners’ success? 3. How do successful online learners feel about learning online? 4. What differences among online learners are significant to their success? 5. How can providers and teachers/facilitators support online learners’ success? 4. What differences among online learners are significant to their success? 5. How can providers and teachers/facilitators support online learners’ success? 5. How can providers and teachers/facilitators support online learners’ success?

  • checklist-tick

    Online learning checklist

    I have already written about my work with Heather Price at Jisc on the Scaling up [...]

  • circles

    Autistic learners

    This week we are holding #OLsuccess week which is designed to capture voices of online learners [...]

  • OLsuccess

    Online learners

    I'm currently working on a Jisc funded study into online learner expectations and experiences with Helen Beetham [...]

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    Online learning

    I have been working with Heather Price at Jisc on two large pieces of work around [...]

Digital storytelling

Open education

OER terminology

I've been working in the area of learning resources for a very long time with a recent focus on open education resources (OER).  For the last three years I've been [...]

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inspiration

The other day I saw a tweet from Jonathan Worth about a video conversation with Graham Macindoe  - a photographer based in New York, which was part of the PHONAR [...]

jiscel12 open session

We are now working on the seventh JISC online Innovating eLearning conference entitled Shaping the Future which takes place from 13th – 23rd November 2012. We have the usual array of excellent [...]

mooc webinar

On Wednesday  11th July 2012 at 12noon I will be contributing to a JISC webinar What is a mooc along with David Kernohan, Martin Weller, Dave White and Jonathan Worth. [...]