I have struggled with event related posts in the past, for example, my old blog was largely made up of blow-by-blow webinar accounts with little commentary. However, I do believe in the value of disseminating the outcomes of attending events (especially when you are doing it ‘on the clock’). The only time this ever led… Continue reading Reflecting on my GOSHLIC post
Considering the current interest in content curation, as mentioned in posts including the GOSH event report, it was great to see a Learning Solutions article attempt to clarify what this means for instructional design. I personally have a real interest in curation as my background (in terms of my MA and MSc at least) straddles… Continue reading More on content curation for learning
Background: The first, of what the team at GOSH hope will be an annual, conference on learning innovation in the National Health Service (NHS). Although I am outside of the NHS, the presentations sounded interesting so I decided to attend. In reality a lot of the sessions were pretty generic and not public sector or… Continue reading Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Learning Innovations Conference
Today and yesterday I have not been very well and as such have not made it into the office. As I did not have my work PC at home I have not been able to do a lot of the things I would normally and I am taking today as a sick day. However, yesterday… Continue reading Work: State of mind not a place and #globaled13
An email today alerted me to a new option for easily adding Coursera module completions to your LinkedIn profile: I have complained before about some of LinkedIn’s functionality but I thought I would give it a go. Indeed, I do like LinkedIn for what it has done to transform business communication and have been impressed… Continue reading Coursera meet LinkedIn – LinkedIn meet irrelevance?