Tag: humour and learning

humour: the time it worked for me in learning #1

One aspect of using humour and light-heartedness in eLearning, especially in a global setting, is humour may not translate. Humour founded in idioms or cultural knowledge may fall flat on its face. Indeed, even within a culture or group, humour is very subjective. And… Continue Reading “humour: the time it worked for me in learning #1”

humour in elearning – a laughing matter?

My chosen topic to investigate, and produce a project around, is the use of humour in eLearning. I’ll talk more about my project ideas in future posts but you may be wondering why this topic has jumped out at me. I am a desperate… Continue Reading “humour in elearning – a laughing matter?”

A new chapter: thinking about opeNness, networking and humour in our learning community

Catchy title, huh? Like many other places and events in life this blog had a 2020 hiatus. A quick report is all is well here with me and I hope it is with you too. During the summer I finished the third module of… Continue Reading “A new chapter: thinking about opeNness, networking and humour in our learning community”