I’ve had some cause to reflect this week at how great the people I work with are, and in particular the band of colleagues who – much against their better judgement I’m sure – consent to work in my team.
Since launching the new Blogs.ed site we’ve been slowly pulling our own online presence together. Some of the team who didn’t used to blog have decided to start. Some of them had other team spaces already, and some were already writing in their own space. Since I’m one of the ones who already writes in my own space, and positively values the freedom that comes with that, I had no interest in forcing everyone to give up what they were doing. Instead we decided that whoever wants to write on the core team site is welcome to do so, but we will also syndicate work in from wherever else you might be working. They key thing we want is to show as much as possible of the variety of work we do. Where the links go for more information is less important.
At the end of this week there was a slew of new posts, and checking back over the site it’s an impressive haul we’ve got going on there. Honestly, it’s insane and a privilege that I get to work with such a diverse and creative group of colleagues.
- Accidentally Exposing your Web Application Credentials
- Cookie audit findings on Blogs.ed
- Content management in Learn OR what I’ve been thinking about over the last few weeks
- Service Feedback, how to ‘git gud’
- More about Noteable
- AI bias via the medium of the Alien Franchise
- Shape Shifting and Automated Teaching
- New H5P Interactive Content Type: Branching Scenario (Part Two)
- Issues with adding a “plupload” plugin to a site.
- New H5P Interactive Content Type: Branching Scenario (Part One)
- Women and Wikipedia….Open Learning and a hobby for life!
- The Importance of Backups
- Translation and Open Education – An Experiment using Wikipedia
- Wikipedia in Higher Education: How students are shaping the open web
- Festival of Creative Learning 24Hour DIY Filmmaking Challenge
- Reflections on our Adult Colouring Book Workshops
- Diversifying Wikipedia for the Festival of Creative Learning 2019
- How to Procure Open Source
- JISC case study – Wikimedia in the curriculum
- Festival of Creative Learning: ‘Get Blogging!’