The LinkedIn group “Higher Education Teaching and Learning” is a fertile ground for all sorts of thinking in this area. I’ve posted up a question “What makes the most impact on encouraging staff to use technology in their learning and teaching?“, and the discussion is taking off, I have already had some thoughtful (and deep in some cases) contributions. I’m… 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.