Here's some posts which have caught my attention this month: Times Higher Education – National Student Survey – Key information may not unlock choice – September 27, 2012 How To […]
You’ll not find a more mixed blog post: childhood memories; reflections on introductory R coursera course; and reading/subsetting data from NodeXL
Via Doug Holton I spotted that there is a new YouTube beta feature to add multiple choice questions (MCQ) to your Youtube videos. Those who have already taken a course on Coursera (surely everyone has now ;), will know the video with MCQ is one of the staples. Is Google trying to rock the boat in the mass online education market?
Outlining some Google Apps Script code I’ve written that takes some blog post urls and makes a downloadable html/.doc report
I should say this post contains a lot of technical information, doesn’t give much background and is mainly for my hard-core followers This is a very lose sketch of an […]
importHTML is a fantastic formula you can use in Google Spreadsheets, but did you know you can combine with QUERY and TRANSPOSE for more selective data import. Here’s how
I came, I saw, I failed. This was a potentially promising hack that didn’t work out. Hopefully you’ll get as much benefit from failure, as from success. Today I can […]
The graph on the right is taken from a paper mentioned in Eric Mazur’s keynote from the first day of the ALT* Conference 2012. The paper, A Wearable Sensor for […]
IFTTT is a web service that lets you do some basic plumbing between web services. Here’s a quick recipe for backing up RSS feeds to a Google Spreadsheet
Jorum (an OER repository) are undertaking a ‘summer of enhancements’. Having just contributed a chapter on OER Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and Discoverability I have a look at part of this work through that lense.