Don’t be awed by enhanced access to administrative academic data – Look for pedagogic changes instead » Moving at the Speed of Creativity

Don’t be awed by enhanced access to administrative academic data – Look for pedagogic changes instead » Moving at the Speed of Creativity.

New Job!

First post for a while I’m afraid. Things have been very busy. Following the restructuring of the School of Media, Art and Design into three Divisions, I’ve been appointed as Head of the Media Division on an initial one year contract. Now, all of a sudden, I’ve got to think about whether I can blog … Continue reading

edte.ch…

You might want to help out with the “barn-raising” that’s going on over at edte.ch. It’s billed as “a place for educational technology professionals and students” and is being promoted by Doug Belshaw. I’ve joined – it’s early days over there but anything Doug’s involved in is usually worth looking at.

YouTube – A Portal to Media Literacy

YouTube – A Portal to Media Literacy. Directly relevant to the Bridges CETL and our CRe8 Curriculum Review process.

The Personalisation Paradox

  This post was triggered by reading a discussion between Alan Cann from the University of Leicester and Neil Currant from the University of Bradford. I was interested as they were discussing PebblePad. This matters as the University of Bedfordshire is currently in the early stages of rolling out PebblePad. Prior to this we’ve been a mandatory Blackboard shop. The discussion seems to be … Continue reading

21st Century Skills Our Students Need » Moving at the Speed of Creativity

21st Century Skills Our Students Need » Moving at the Speed of Creativity Here’s a video post from Wesley Fryer. This is interesting as it is framed as the views of an employer on what skills students will require to function in the economic space. As Universities are increasingly driven by these requirements it should be worth … Continue reading