Over the Summer of 2013 I submitted an entry into the LPIs annual Learning Awards.
I wanted to submit an entry that caught the judges attention, so I used iBooks Author to create an interactive entry…Read More
I’m writing a series of posts that lift the lid on some of my plans and ideas that either never saw the light of day or never fully developed.
In this post I recount my experience in implementing ‘spaced learning’ into a programme…Read More
I’ve previously blogged as to how the conference experience could be enhanced and talked about ‘pre conference’ sessions…
… so I’ve taken the bull by the horns and set up my own ‘pre event’ online sessions…Read More
Despite me previously having the title of Learning Technologies Manager and the organisation generally defining ‘elearning’ as ‘click next, self-paced’ modules I was able to utilise a range of methods and media to meet needs that had previously been meet via traditional eLearning and physical classroom activity…Read More
Regular readers will know that I’m an advocate of maximising the technologies that we already have at our disposal, I’ve even facilitated some online and f2f sessions around this subject in which I encouraged people to look under the bonnet of the tools and platforms that they already had. One of the tools whose ‘hidden functionality‘ I’ve discussed in the past is Flickr’s ability for people to be able to add ‘hotspots’ to images and then add text to those hotspots, here’s an example. Whilst this is a great idea, the fact that you have to...Read More