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The spoken word is crucial to understanding.

The spoken word is crucial to understanding – Marshall McLuhan, Karl Popper, William Shakespeare, E-learning, education, spoken word, written word, language, communication, technology, innovations.

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Posted in Blogging, Communications, E-Learning, Innovations, Leadership, Learning, Life, Metaphor, Mind Bursts, Tertiary Education, The Open University

Creativity, Innovation & Change

My fourth module and some 12 days before we officially start. I neither hang back, nor do I wade in; I appreciate that the person who finally makes it on 1st November may feel left out or left behind. I

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21 ways to persuade others to blog

Reasons to blog

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27 persuasive reasons to blog today

Reasons to be a blogger: 1, 2, 3 …

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Sometimes only paper will do

Whilst I read books and papers using an eReader there are at times when only paper will do.  Reading course notes in H800 of the Masters in Open and Distance Education, WK25. Once again, MindCreator, an App for the iPad

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Finding meaning across the fluid and complex world of e-learning

Finding ways to express meaning in the complex world of e-learning

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‘And so to bed’. Learn to blog with Samuel Pepys and this wonderful BBC dramatisation of his diaries

Dramatisation of Samuel Pepys’s diaries for BBC Radio 4. Is this an invitation to start a diary of your own?

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Posted in Creativity, Diary, Reading, Samuel Pepys, Writing

Micro-moments, micro-places – mobile learning anytime, anywhere? Learning in a sneeze?

As a professional swimming coach when working with disabled swimmers I was taught to play to a person’s strengths. When Agnes Kukulska-Hulme (2011) talks about the inequalities of access, on the one hand she mentions the affordances of such devices

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