Over time, it becomes very clear that most people do not want change. It smells funny, is disconcerting and most of all, threatens the status quo. If my life is already ‘ok’, they think, why would I want to shake it up? The known factor of an average life is far more preferable than the unknown factor. And the ‘average’… Read more →
Growing New Markets for the web – for start ups and small businesses This is a collection of the presentations which I used for a day long seminar attended by around 35 start ups and small business owners, held at the Graduate Centre, London Metropolitan University, UK, spported by Knowledge Connect, who advertised and recruited attendees. We actually ran it twice,… Read more →
via theoatmeal.com Love this.
via skillshare.com This is the future, and of course it’s the present too 🙂
via freetech4teachers.com Great set of tutorials for all kinds of useful Google Tool functionality – especially Google Docs.
[This post was originally part of a post graduate degree coursework, though afaik was never looked at by any examiners…I have left it available for public access as it includes some useful reference material for others, and has been viewed quite a bit.] A critically reflective report on the experience of designing, delivering and facilitating online learning Overall Comments I… Read more →
via mashable.com Useful little set of tools for teaching…
[This post was originally part of a post graduate degree coursework, though afaik was never looked at by any examiners…I have left it available for public access as it includes some useful reference material for others.]So the idea here is to write about what the Google Generation is, whether it exists and if I, or anyone else agrees with it?… Read more →
via jiscinfonet.ac.uk JISC has an enormous amount of relevant and most importantly up to date research and other information in relation to the changing landscape of e-learning. This page is a great starting point, but, dig deeper, and you will be rewarded.