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Kelly’s 23 Things

Kelly’s 23 Things

Journey through 23 things for digital knowledge among other Learning Technology posts

Author: Kelly Hall

Kelly is a Learning Technology Advisor. She is the service lead on Blackboard Collaborate which is the University’s virtual classroom tool and supports Blackboard Learn, the main VLE at the University. She provides expert assistance to staff on use of these services: defining and evaluating service enhancements, managing the service plan, provide user documentation and tutor-led training. She is a graduate of the Digital Education Programme at the University of Edinburgh with a PgCert in Digital Education. She has an MSc in Information and Library Studies and has experience in both higher education and the public sector. Kelly is originally from Minnesota but has lived in Edinburgh for almost a decade!

Hello and welcome to my blog about 23 things for digital knowledge and hopefully other things about educational technology as time goes on. I have been meaning to start the 23 Things programme for over 2 years and am very excited to finally be doing it! I hope to gain new knowledge and skills out […]


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