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Assess and be assessed as a Scholar

Last month I was invited to participate in a workshop organised by the London Knowledge Lab (LKL).  Justin Olmanson, postdoctoral fellow of the Institute of Education Sciences and member of Dr. Bill Cope’s research team from the University of Illinois, … Continue reading

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Utopic and Distopic Technology-Enhanced Learning Metaphors: #EdcMooc Digital Artefact

View as slideshow The classification is based on Johnston’s metaphors of the internet  (Johnston , R 2009)  A visual Introduction Important Note: The link mentioned in the video applies only if you watch the video on YouTube. The link given in the YouTube comments area … Continue reading

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Acknowledge the wider context in which HE operates recognizing the implications for professional practice: Value 4

The Higher Education landscape is a rapid changing environment and I feel that the new challenges of the 21st century will continue to transform our practice. I recently attended the 8th Librarians Information Literacy Conference (LILAC) in Glasgow where Lord … Continue reading

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Virtual arrival lounge

It was Good Friday when I thought it was a good idea to have a look at my twitter account before escaping to the Surrey downs. It was then that I read a tweet announcing the Mooc. New MOOC: First … Continue reading

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