We launched our new University Academic Blogging service a month ago, with a significant new piece – our Blogs.ed WordPress platform – and it’s been a sheer delight to watch Blogs.ed grow. I’ve mentioned in a previous post that as well as being closely aligned … Continue reading A month of Blogs.ed
Continuing my foray into enquiry-based, self-regulated, mastery learning, I’ve been hacking away at some more SPLOT code. After my last efforts I felt like I now had enough knowledge to try customise the SPLOTBox theme to see how well it might fit my requirements for … Continue reading Apprentice SPLOT Maker
Like many, I’m a big fan of the SPLOT, and for a while I’ve wanted to spend a little time looking under the bonnet. Today turned out to be that day. https://twitter.com/ammienoot/status/1048958527279194114 When I’ve shown SPLOTs to colleagues at Edinburgh, they’ve liked the way that … Continue reading Getting inside SPLOTs
So it seemed like everyone had the SPLOT love going on today. Whilst I was waxing lyrical in a meeting with some students, Jim Groom was knocking one out on the blog after spending time with Daniel at Coventry. I was meeting with some students … Continue reading I think I’m going crazy, I’m gonna go radge
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?
After noodling about on my own domain a while ago with various formats, I created a real live SPLOT using the Splotpoint theme to support a participatory session that I ran recently, and it’s worth picking into what about it worked for me, because I … Continue reading Internet Transmitted Infections – I’ve got the SPLOTS