A tweet by Brian Lamb today reminded me of a blog post that’s been gestating for a while and that I really ought to try get out of my head, if only for my own sanity. Trigger Warning: It might be about digital transformation, which … Continue reading Digital transformation and why it can’t be done without learning technologists
Wow. Okay. I’ve really not been writing very much of late. a whopping 18 posts in 2020, and erm, 3 so far for 2021 as we head towards the end of July. It’s not that I haven’t been busy, or got stuff to write about. … Continue reading What else has been going on?
I haven’t written a lot about my new role and just what exactly I’ve been getting up to over the last year, mostly because it has seemed so trivial compared to all of us trying to get through this bloody pandemic. However, it’s been over … Continue reading Care is a sustainability practice
I’ve Tweeted a few things this week relating to a colleague in another Canadian university, Ian Linkletter, who now finds himself on the sticky end of a lawsuit from Proctorio, an automated proctoring service, for sharing some videos that they regarded to be confidential. These … Continue reading Mind the Ethics Gap
I’ve not blogged any substantial edtech musings in a long time, because it just hasn’t seemed like the moment and I’ve not had the energy. I’ve realised that although I’ve been riding the novelty of a new country and a new role, the grind has … Continue reading OpenETC reflections and minor miracles