Reading Time: 62minutes This is an edited version of my MSc dissertation and therefore a piece of student work and should not be held as a published article. I have switched off comments for this post, but please feel free to contact me directly if you’d like to discuss. Abstract Studio, the signature […]
Reading Time: 5minutes Thing 6 – my continuing adventure with 23things Today’s thoughts have been a long time coming, mostly because it has taken me a long time to test and evaluate my experience of accessibility as a WordPress user. I am lucky, I have my own WordPress websites, hosted on my own […]
Reading Time: 6minutes For all the folk out there in the blogosphere who also work in higher education, let me just say, we made it! It’s Friday of week 1 and all that work over the summer months and the craziness of welcome week / freshers week has passed and we can now […]
Reading Time: 3minutes I’ve been spending a while between these last few blog posts for my digital capabilities adventure because I wanted to take some proper time to reflect on things. A lot of what’s involved in this project are things I interact with and discuss every day, so it’s easy for me […]
Reading Time: 4minutes I do a lot of work with students about creating their online presence, especially senior year students who are about to go off into the world and begin life as freelance artists and practitioners. One of the first things I do, before we get onto the fun tasks of building […]
Reading Time: 3minutes So it’s a rainy Sunday afternoon, my mocha has somehow mysteriously evaporated and my wife is ignoring me for an afternoon with Assasin’s Creed. I think that means it’s the perfect time for me to write my first official blog post on my digital capabilities adventure with 23 things. The […]
Reading Time: 2minutes Today I start something which will give my blog a bit of direction for a while, but which I am really hoping will help me push the boundaries of my digital skills. Digital skills is quite a focus at work just now, the Scottish Government published it’s learning and teaching strategy, which basically aims to make it possible to allow all of Scotland’s educators, learners and parents to take advantage of the opportunities offered by digital technology in order to raise attainment, ambition and opportunities for all.
Reading Time: 3minutes I use blogging as a way of gaining thinking space, so having my own hosting means I can make and delete blogs as need be. It also means I can use some pretty cool themes which is probably the most asked question I get. How do you make your blog look like that?
Reading Time: 4minutes When you work in learning and teaching, it’s bread and butter to discuss pedagogy over coffee at least once a week (maybe that should be scone and butter then), but when you work in learning and teaching in an art college, that conversation usually confuses the hell out of people. […]
Reading Time: 2minutes How many times have you said, “Oh I’d love to try…” or “I’d love to visit…” or “I wish I could learn…”? Well a life list is a nudge in the direction of achieving these things. A life list or some people say bucket list) or wish list is simply […]