7 01, 2020

Digital wellbeing

By |January 7th, 2020|digital literacy, digital wellbeing|0 Comments

One of my favourite jobs last year was carrying out a Jisc funded preliminary study on digital wellbeing. I worked with Heather Price and Alicja Shah from Jisc on this study. The study looked at existing literature and definitions -  see this library on Zotero if you are interested to see which reports, articles and [...]

20 08, 2012

Myscience tender

By |August 20th, 2012|learning, technologies|0 Comments

I have recently been working with Myscience - the UK’s leading organisation for supporting STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education professionals. They have just released an Invitation to Tender (ITT) for a study to review and develop a revised Online Strategy for Myscience education.  The work will be for three months between mid October [...]

26 02, 2010

scapegoats and scaremongers

By |February 26th, 2010|home education|6 Comments

>I've been away for a while - trying to focus only on what I have to. Lots happening and will do a catch up post soon... However I am moved to write today following the ridiculous media and government response to the court case about the awful death of 7 year old Khyra Ishaq. A [...]

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