Tag Archives: #infolit

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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Our #EdcMooc paths to Information and knowledge

The last three weeks have been extremely rich and creative although I haven’t come back to the blog to record my thoughts.   One of the things that keeps coming back in my mind are the words of George Roberts … Continue reading

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Planning with the “Learning Designer” Tool

Lesson plan for “Your digital footprint” Planning my Micro-teaching activity The last few weeks have been extremely busy! One of my tasks to complete was the microteaching activity for the “first steps” MOOC. The actual Microteaching presentation took place last … Continue reading

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Learn and unlearn …. the Annotated Bibliography

Image credits: The background image was taken by me with Canon Powershot SSIS in the jardin du Luxembourg in Paris, a week ago, but the sophisticated blogger was taken and adapted from Mike Licht’s photostream who shared it under CC-BY. The derivative … Continue reading

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Information obesity, media and other teaching successes! [3]

I started the session by asking the students a similar question I posed at the beginning of one of my previous posts. Interestingly, all students had a similar experience. Initially, they were puzzled by my question but then one by … Continue reading

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