25 Years of Ed Tech – Blogs

This week I was able to catch up a bit on some podcasts I subscribe to. One of the casts I’ve been enjoying lately is 25 Years of Ed Tech, a serialized version of Martin Weller’s book by the same title. Now audio books are plenty good by themselves, but this particular podcast has an…

25 Years of Ed Tech – Blogs

Brutalist Worksheets

Checking out the Oldaily I came across Brutalist Worksheets. Here, Downes refers to a piece by Will Gourley by the same name, and adds “Now this isn’t a new trend, as evidenced by his references to worksheets created by the vertical foot on the photpocopier, but anyone taking courses online will immediately make the conceptual…

Brutalist Worksheets

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  I opted not to set up a Twitter account as I had never really used this form of communication previously and I wanted to have a browse first. I searched on library related subjects allied to my current role as a Resource (read Metadata) Libraria…

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 This was an insightful topic. As someone who has no accessibility issues with using online material, it was good to be reminded that online content should be accessible for those who have such issues. I put a number of University home page w…

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I must admit that I had previously not given much thought to the use of emoji’s/emoticons online. It seems reasonable to me to expand the range of possible emoticons to include people previously excluded from representation.  Now I’m just wai…

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