In September I wrote about netbooks (Ultra mobile, ultra cheap – Netbooks) and in particular what I be looking for when buying. This is one of my most popular (I’m […]
The Higher Education Academy Scotland have published their latest newsletter. This edition includes a summary of the programme of work planned for Scotland in 2008-09 with emphasis on Employability, Professional […]
The BBC’s Working Lunch have put together a short video guide on ‘Blogging for beginners’ (prepare yourself for dynamic music and quick cutting).
In NewsFeed we recently featured Paul’s E-Learning Resource (a list of freely available tools and services for e-learning). In his latest update he highlights LiveWeb, a great free add-in for […]
The Higher Education Academy and JISC have announced a £5.7 million project, funded by HEFCE, piloting the opening up of education resources from higher education institutions to the world. […]
The Times Higher Education (THE) has published an article reporting the rise of blogging by UK academics. The article focuses on the issues of academic freedom, highlighting several cases where […]
The Economist Intelligence Unit, with sponsorship from the New Media Consortium published The future of higher education: How technology will shape learning report yesterday (27th Oct). The key findings, from […]
Just getting started using Twitter? Looking for other learning professionals to follow? You might want to head over to Jane Hart’s Directory of Learning Professionals on Twitter.
[flickr]photo:1394783735[/flickr] Notetaking is an inevitable part of any students life. It might be taking notes from lectures or books, planning essay structures, to-do lists and much more. Arguably the most […]
"Content is king, community is sovereign" these were the words left ringing in my ears from a keynote given by Stephen Heppell back in 2002. At that time one of […]