This post is the result of what happens when communicating into the void, online. It is about being open to misinterpretation, assuming people will get where you’re coming from, but lacking visual cues, people just don’t. They sometimes really do need explicit guidance and it’s your job to give that. Here, I try to make it clear what the role… Read more →
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WebTeach began life as a higher education and technology blog with views about technology provision, use, and landscapes of that community. It has now morphed into think pieces on digital content, literacies and networks in learning societies.