Multimodal assignments – you are probably doing this already

This semester has been an exciting one with the launch of some new teaching and learning tools, new curriculum designs and new courses. This seems to have brought…

Standardisation, safe and comforting or driving out creativity and personalisation?

The higher education sector is vast and in many instances the institutions themselves are trying to find the best ways to cope with extraordinarily large class sizes and…

A day in the life of a learning technologist

I have procrastinated far too long about what my first post on my new blog should be and decided why not just introduce me and what I do…

Thank you for taking the time to say thank you: EUSA Teaching Award

It has been a very, very long time since I blogged here and I am royally ashamed of this. I just let things get in the way and…

Accessible documentation: why and how

It’s that time of year where those of us working in education are preparing for the coming academic year and one of these jobs is creating the new…

Wikipedia – for teaching and learning

Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. That’s our commitment. That is the vision statement of the…

Young girl reading a book, Central Circulating Library at College and St. George Streets, Toronto, Ontario

Open Education and my adventure with learning

In the blog post where I introduced myself I spoke about my childhood obsession with information, or more precisely my obsession with gaining information. In my childhood, this…

Lecture capture. The what, why and how.

Lecture capture is an umbrella term used to describe any technology allowing a lecturer to record a class and make it available digitally. It could be as simple…

Online classroom sessions

We are about to host one of our first virtual classroom events and there is a definite buzz and excitement about it. I’m a big fan of mixing…

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