Obnoxiously Funny

Person: you’re obnoxious Me: what? Why? What’d I do? Person: you’re laughing at a serious matter Me: wait, I

@edcontexts + connectedlearning.tv = gr8 July webinars

I am happy to finally announce the connectedlearning.tv July webinar series, which I am curating along with my good friend and

Symbolism, Interpretation, and Media

Rambling post ahead. So Simon Ensor recorded something on audio, about needing audio as a break from  imagery in #clmooc,

Participatory Emergent Inclusion? And #techquity

So… Following on from y/day’s (well technically, this morning’s) post on the inevitability of exclusion̷

Inevitable Exclusion – symbols, hashtags, and networked spaces

Exclusion is not always intentional. Exclusion is not always a choice. But it is almost always inevitable. Bear with me on wha

Different Untroductions

Been struggling to find time during Ramadan and lots of other commitments to post my untroduction to #clmooc so I thought I mi

Hello? The Real Point of Doing a cMOOC is…

Hello? Why again were you taking that cMOOC? You liked the topic? Oh you wanted some good readings on the topic? You could hav

Emergent writing, emergent teaching

I was having a conversation with Michael Weller on twitter the other day, about our different approaches to writing, and it oc

The people behind the writer I am

I’ve had a couple of writing dreams come true in the space of a few weeks (you’ll find out what they are soon). I

Constantly Updating Twitter Scavenger Hunt – Handout for Students

Hello! I’m working on my handout for the Twitter Scavenger hunt and have been inspired by #digiwrimo to embed the google