I have come to the end of my 23 Things for Digital Knowledge journey, and what an enlightening and enjoyable journey it has been! When I embarked upon the program last year I could not possibly have contemplated that the world was about to be forever changed by the spectre of COVID-19. In my own …
My work on 23 Things for Digital Knowledge and my growing interest in how to be an effective and engaging teacher in online spaces led me to attend the Medieval Academy of America webinar, Online Teaching and Medieval Studies yesterday. This post aims to record a few brief notes and reflections from that event. The… Read more A Cool Thing: Online Teaching and Medieval Studies
Last week I signed up for the 23 things project at Edinburgh Uni. It looked like something fun I could do while still expanding what I know about the world. I will admit that I’m not fond of collaborating online with strangers ( although its part of my job to encourage others to do so), … Continue reading Writing a little something for 23ThingsEdUni →
Here I am finally (and just a few weeks late!) tackling the final’thing’ by looking back over my experience of completing the 23 Things for Digital Knowledge activities. The things that I particularly enjoyed are: Bitmoji from Thing 5: Diversity – why write a message when a small image of myself can say it better? SoundCloud from … Continue reading Thing 23: Reflection →
Were there Things that you particularly enjoyed? Bitmoji took a while but I do now enjoy searching for images that convey what I want to say. However I draw the line at adding it to my phone or tablet as I don’t see why they need access to everything I type. I use it as […]
This last task, we have been asked to reflect on the course as a whiole. As I come to the end of this 23Things course, which I have done mainly on Saturdays and Sundays when I’ve been at home, I’ve really enjoyed thinking about and exploring various new tools and things I wanted to try for […]
As we come to the end of our 23 Things I hope you’ve enjoyed the course and that a sense of exploration and adventure, balanced with critical thinking and knowledge, will encourage you to continue with further online and digital learning.