My core focus is to manage the e-learning elements of the various courses we deliver. This is mostly through different Virtual Learning Environments including moodle and blackboard. My centre is focused on school leadership so a lot of what I do is adult learning even thought the IoE is a higher education institution.
On a day-to-day basis, I am involved with academics/tutors incorporating learning technologies into their courses. This is mostly blended learning (although the blend is sometimes a bit sticky) but sometimes it’s distance learning.
In addition, my main 2009 focus is on tutoring on courses with Web 2.0 as their subject matter. I’m also involved in some projects experimenting with the use of video in teaching and learning.
Personal blog: Learning Technology Learning: A Learning Technology Learning Journey.
A Londoner’s View of the 2012 Olympics: Live Feed of All Sports at Any Time!
Choosing Web 2.0 Tools for Teaching and Learning
Reflections on Teaching About Web 2.0 Tools
Prezi Reflections on a Presentation: ‘Structuring an Online Course’
What a Learning Technologist Needs to Be Good At
The Issue of Self-Motivation in F2F and Online Learning
There’s Blended Learning and There’s Blended Learning!
The ‘Open Mode’ – A Step Toward Completely Online
In Learning Design, Pedagogy First, Medium Second
Acquisition or Participation – The Pedagogical Divide
Levels of Learning: The Creative Process
Making Sense of e-Learning Strategy
Ebook Readers vs. Ipad for Education?
Social Media Doesn’t Threaten Literacy!
Thoughts on ‘Innovating the 21st-Century University: It’s Time!’
Value Learning Design, Not E-learning Design
Blackboard Reinforces the Status Quo
Review of Traxler’s ‘Students and Mobile Devices’
Lecture Your Way to Stardom!
Web 2.0 – Challenging Didactic Teaching
Blogs for Education, Blogs for Yourself
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