I’m making some sort of half-baked effort to clear some posts out of my drafts folder. I’m resigned to the understanding that many will never see the light of day – their time has now passed – but this one is still relevant, and something … Continue reading Some thoughts on extending the LTI Plugin for WordPress
I’ve written this piece to revisit some older thinking, but also to state my position as part of my contribution to a presentation at the APT conference on 01 July at UCL. My colleagues Jenny Scoles and Timothy Drysdale will be there to present. Since … Continue reading Why we need learning technology developers
I was recently asked to write a few words to define my own open practice. That seems like the sort of thing I should do openly, so here goes… “I’ll be making the point that open education practice is highly variable and contextual and I … Continue reading What does my open practice look like?
Since I met Tim Drysdale last year we’ve spent some not-small amount of time talking about remote labs, and non-traditional practical work (NTPW) more generally (if you know Tim, you know he can *talk*). I’ve enjoyed the intellectual thrill that comes with learning about and … Continue reading Sustainability and non-traditional practical work
We’re very swiftly moving towards the end of a 3 year programme of work to implement Lecture Recording at the University of Edinburgh and are writing up all sorts of pieces to capture the activities and learnings. The first year of the programme in 2017/18 … Continue reading Looking back on another year of lecture recording
This post, or something like it, has been rattling around in my head and in my Drafts folder for the better part of 18 months now. Since I’ve been doing an amount of work around chatbots and conversational interfaces, and more is coming, I want … Continue reading Dreaming Nefertiti: Ancient queens and chatbots
I said I’d share some recommendations for plugins and themes for a friend who is setting up his own blog (there was *definitely* no alcohol or coercion involved in this decision making, just to be clear) and so it seems sensible to do that by … Continue reading Setting up my own WordPress site – what was I thinking?
The PressEd Twitter conference took place again yesterday, thanks once more to the tireless efforts of Pat Lockley and Natalie Lafferty. This year I flew solo and did the hard work myself. EGads! I had to make some gifs and everything and they were rubbish. … Continue reading Tweeting solo: #PressEdConf19
This week I’m delighted to be hosting the second Girl Geek Scotland workshop in our 2019 programme, this time on Effective CVs * “You don’t need to be actively job hunting to want to keep your CV accurate, up to date and good quality. You never … Continue reading Geeking out on inclusion
I’ve been thinking a lot recently about how I like to work – my creative process for want of a less pretentious phrase. In considering a piece of solo work that I might undertake, and reflecting on the kick I get from working with my … Continue reading Fueling and deprivation