#EdTechRations – Emergency Rations

Back in 2014, I contributed a book chapter to David Hopkins‘ excellent book The Really Useful #EdTechBook. The book was incredibly well-received within the learning technology sphere. The experience for me, personally and professionally, was a very good one. So much so, that I asked David to consider me if he were to produce a […]

Enhancing Learning and Teaching in Higher Education

In August 2014, Dr. John Lea, then Head of Academic Professional Development at Canterbury Christ Church University, asked me if I would like to contribute “something on online learning” in his new book, Enhancing Learning and Teaching in Higher Education: Engaging with the Dimensions of Practice, that he was editing. He knew that I did […]

The Really Useful #EdTechBook

Back in July 2014, I was approached by David Hopkins to participate in a collaborative book venture that would be written by learning technologists for learning technologists, and so The Really Useful #EdTechBook was born. David, as the book’s editor, has done a sterling job of assembling some very creative and talented individuals to participant […]

Learning, spaces and technology: exploring the concept

The “Learning, spaces and technology: exploring the concept” is a publication aimed at anyone who has, or may be, engaged in creating, managing or supporting a large-scale learning space. It is not simply an account of the jointly funded JISC/CCCU iBorrow Project or the Augustine House Programme at Canterbury Christ Church University. Rather, it draws on our experience within the project […]