Slightly warily, I am considering a series of posts on one theme. The theme is ‘making a start on digitalness’. I am wary because I have started this kind of project before and lost momentum. I am considering another attempt for this topic. In drafting this idea as one post I became lost in notes … Continue reading Making a start on digitalness – digital behaviours are simple but hard
These musing follow those shared shortly after the Learning Technologies conference and some of the comments received, which have nudged my thinking along. This post will wander around the theme of learning technologies and their contents being separated from the activity of work. (It is possible that this post will strike a grumpy demeanour. I … Continue reading Learning should not be about learners really – they are too hard to find
I have been an attendee of Learning Technologies conferences since, I think, 2010. Maybe 2009. Every year I have enjoyed my time there. Each subsequent event, I have looked forward to. At the conference, I have always met people I know and like, in whose views I am interested and perspectives I value. Equally, I … Continue reading Learning technologies 2018: Two great days but misnamed?