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Blogging 2010: Celebrating and Recognising Reciprocal Altruism

I was fascinated to read about this year's nominations for the Edublog Awards. There are thirty-one nominations for the Individual Edublog Award. Always Learning An A-Z of...

Vicarious Learning and Reciprocal Altruism

I follow 257 people on Twitter and am moving towards 500 tweets. Whenever I access Twitter I find a treasure trove of links and...

Jamie Coles Guest Post 1: What Makes the Perfect Sport Performance Analyst?

Foreword I am delighted that the Clyde Street blog will host three guest posts written by Jamie Coles. I was introduced to Jamie during his undergraduate...

Ethical Performance Support

I have had a delightful year thinking about and researching performance in sport and education. I have been fortunate to have spent much of the...

Connecting, Curating and Contemplating

Introduction I have participated remotely in two conferences in the last two weeks. Last week it was Ascilite2016. This week it was Moodleposium2016. I followed both conferences from...

Prosocial connections

On most weekdays, I start my online day by reading Stephen Downes' OLDaily. I admire Stephen's willingness to share openly. I feel profoundly grateful that he...

#UCSIA15 A family meeting

We had a delightful family day in Braidwood on Christmas Day. There was joy, excitement, relief and contentment. I hope that this is the atmosphere that...

Curation and Kindness

Earlier today, an item in Stephen Downes' OLDaily took me to a Sue Waters post. In her discussion of the importance of curation, Sue observes: Curation...

Paying a bit forward

A convoy of donated hay made its way to Bourke this week. The ABC has some background to the story about the convoy. The organiser of...

A road not taken

Introduction I posted my 1000th blog post on Clyde Street this month. Even after this number of posts (since June 2008), each time I write I...