Reading: A MOOC taxonomy based on classification schemes of MOOCs

As seen on Twitter earlier today (thank you Grainne Conole): A MOOC taxonomy based on classification schemes of MOOCs by T. Liyanagunawardena and colleagues: The abstract is: In recent years there has been a significant Read More …

Who even takes notes anymore … #OpenBlog19

From the list of ideas/themes submitted to the #OpenBlog19 Google doc, I thought I’d pick up this idea that was posted – ‘Who even takes notes anymore …?’ In the past I’ve written about the Read More …

Reading: ‘Best Practices for Use of Blended Learning’

So I’m thinking about blended learning again. Why? well, why not? It’s not just about the purely ‘online’ is it? One thing I had to do, in getting my brain considering the ‘blended’ approach again Read More …

Open writing/blogging challenge #OpenBlog19

This morning I had an idea for a ‘pay it forward‘ blogging/writing challenge. The premise is simple … once nominated you will be presented with a title or theme with which you can write about. Read More …

Do we see the whole picture?

I came across this story on LinkedIn last week, and it was shared again this, so I thought I’d share it here too. I think it’s an important lesson for us as learning designers and/or Read More …

Social media accessibility #EasierToRead

Accessibility of online materials should be on all our minds, all the time. Whether it’s the font type and size, colours, <alt> text and descriptions on images or charts, etc. the thought of making our Read More …

What works and what doesn’t?

Re-reading an old post by Melissa Milloway, about her eLearning 10 pet-peeves, reminded my of a post I started and never finished last year. Here is the post I (think) I wanted to write then, Read More …

Moving on up

A few of my recent blog posts have started with a lyric from a track I’ve listened to on the radio or on my iPod. This is no different. This morning it’s the turn of Read More …