Category: Learning and Design

Haunted by the word… Innovation

Let’s be clear I love innovation. Innovation is great but as a word and concept, it’s turning into one of those words that is haunting me. It’s like when you hear a song you haven’t heard in ages and then it’s everywhere. Or you… Continue Reading “Haunted by the word… Innovation”

Learning Analytics: Are You Motivated?

My current block in the H817 Openness and Innovation in E-Learning is on learning analytics and word up, after my operation I am super behind on my readings and studies but, I did want to share a few thoughts here. Firstly, just the term… Continue Reading “Learning Analytics: Are You Motivated?”

Team Violet Project – Our Prototype

I’ve just had my TMA03 marked, my third assignment in the H817 module, Openness and Innovation in eLearning and am thrilled with the mark so excuse me whilst I do a little celebration dance! But more than just the mark, this has been my… Continue Reading “Team Violet Project – Our Prototype”

Can’t Keep Up With Your Peers Online? That’s Just Fine.

Recently, I find myself perusing social media and online journals (usually in the comfort of my bed, half asleep) and asking myself: “Where the hell are they all getting their energy from??!” Some people in Instructional Design and Learning and Development, seem like unstoppable… Continue Reading “Can’t Keep Up With Your Peers Online? That’s Just Fine.”

Spotting, Appreciating & Being Inspired by Design – Wherever You Are, Whatever You Are Doing.

Not the catchiest of blog post titles I admit but hey, we’re having a heatwave in the UK and the brain circuitry is melting! This last weekend I was in London (a very hot, sticky London!) to see the play The Lieutenant of Inishmore… Continue Reading “Spotting, Appreciating & Being Inspired by Design – Wherever You Are, Whatever You Are Doing.”