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Thinking about course design

I have been thinking about designing University courses in an age of open educational resources. My particular interest at the moment is the combination of...

#coachlearninginsport: technology, data and pedagogy

Introduction Two blog posts last week set me off thinking about technology, data and coach learning. Both posts came to me through my Medium alerts. Mark and...

Being a Technologist

Introduction I am old enough to have experienced PT ... physical training in school. I was reminded of PT this week when Howard Rheingold described Alan...

Web Logs as Scholarly Products

In the last week or so, I have found a number of prompts to encourage me to think more about web logs (blogs) as...

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...

Flipping in 2013

I have a great opportunity to become more involved in developing blended learning units and courses in 2013. I am keen to extend my understanding...

Connecting, Sharing and Curating

The New Year has prompted a range of posts about trends in connecting, sharing and curating. Some examples I have found in the last few...

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...

Personal Learning

Source I have had a wonderful opportunity to explore personal learning in my new role at the University of Canberra. There are so many...