Following on from WordPress LTI Testing: Part 1, the next steps I want to take are to understand better what’s in the LTI output from Moodle before I start making changes to code (for the sake of simplicity at the moment I’m going to stick … Continue reading WordPress LTI Testing: Part 2
This describes some initial testing of connecting to WordPress from a Moodle VLE instance. Main scenario being tested is Use Case 3 from this post. WordPress LTI Testing: Part 2 – this is what I did after I did the things here. WordPress setup Vanilla … Continue reading WordPress LTI Testing: Part 1
WordPress, and linking it to a VLE as a blogging tool, using LTI. Please don’t hit me with a barrage of comments about why I don’t just use WordPress *instead* of a VLE (I’m looking at you in particular Lockley). There are reasons. About 4,500 … Continue reading Laying it all out in order to begin
https://twitter.com/projectsoothe/status/948644779352576000 On reading the above, it occurs to me that perhaps we should be rolling SPLOTs into our toolsets for research too. I can see how well the image, video and writing ones could fit with a number of citizen science / crowd sourced research … Continue reading Research SPLOTs?
I’m feeling a bit ranty this morning. Crazy Scottish lady is rising a little close to the surface. I’ve been reading articles (old and new) and watching videos (old and new) this week which are replaying familiar EdTech tropes and I’m sick of it. I’m … Continue reading Passivity
Last Friday I led a Lost Literary Edinburgh Wikipedia editathon as part of the Being Human Festival. It focused on forgotten women authors that have been surfaced again through the enormous text mining activity that underpins the LitLong project. “…might there be other voices to … Continue reading After the Wiki rush