“The internet has changed my life”

“The internet has changed my life” my son announced to me one day during the Christmas break. As an evangelist of online learning I listened with anticipation to hear how. “If I hadn’t watched those scooting videos I would never have learned to tail whip,” he added. Not quite what I was expecting, but interesting […]

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Enhanced serendipity with PKM

I signed up for Harold Jarche’s Personal Knowledge Management workshop in September. This is Jarche’s explanation of his Seek, Sense, Share model: Seek Sense Share from Harold Jarche And here are my thoughts on how I manage my knowledge, using Jarche’s model. I like  Jarche’s description of PKM: “PKM prepares the mind to be open […]

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A week of Articulate

The Rapid e-learning Blog is one blog I always try to read as it’s a goldmine of useful hints and resources so I couldn’t miss out on hearing Tom Kuhlmann in person this May. Tom gave a day masterclass organised by the Charity Learning Consortium in London on Tuesday 22nd May and joined other presenters […]

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Do you want to protect or share your work?

I’ve just finished working through the 5 day Open Content Licensing for Educators, which was developed by the Wikieducator community, the OpenCourseWare Consortium and Creative Commons. This was a whistlestop tour of copyright, Creative Commons and Open Educational Resources (OER). I learned a lot, particularly about the detail of copyright and the purpose of the […]

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ReD course completed

  I have completed the course with the excellent Ministry of Instructional Design, aka Rob Hubbard, on Rapid elearning Design (ReD). It stretched me out of my comfort zone ( a good thing) and there were times when I was unsure if I would get my assignments done but I’m pleased to say that, with […]

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