Tag Archive: eLearning

Reading: To BYOD or not to BYOD #altc

From the ALT Research in Learning Technology open access journal: “To BYOD or not to BYOD: factors affecting academic acceptance of student mobile devices in the classroom” Much has been made of the educational opportunities Read More ... Related posts: #BYOD ‘Bring your own Device’ Reading: “Pupil perspectives on using mobile devices for learning” BYOD, a story #BYOD4L View Article

Twitter for note taking #altc

Whilst I love sketchnoting my way through meeting and conferences, and have been doing some at ALTC this year, I’ve also been taking advantage of one of the features of Twitter. If you’ve not tried Read More ... Related posts: Learning Technologist of the Year #altc #LTaward Gearing up for #ALTC 2015 I’m going to … #altc View Article

Where it all started, the ZX81 #altc

Today’s keynote from the 2016 ALTC conference was from the great Ian Livingstone – he of the Livingstone and Jackson fighting fantasy books, of Games Workshop, Eidos, and many other gaming initiatives. One aspect of Ian’s keynote Read More ... Related posts: Games for Learning Infographic Gearing up for #ALTC 2016 Games in the Classroom … are you sure? View Article

What’s your alternative bio? #altc

I’ve just read and enjoyed Donna Lanclos and Dave White’s post, all about their ‘alternative’ bio for their ALTC keynote. Whilst is very amusing it does go to highlight that sometimes it’s the person we want to Read More ... Related posts: Learning Technologist of the Year #altc #LTaward Day 1 #ALTC 2015 How to innovate and educate ahead of the wave, Pt.3 #altc View Article

Gearing up for #ALTC 2016

End of the summer holidays means one thing in my world – ALTC, the annual conference for the Association for Learning Technology. This will be my third visit to the conference, the second time it’s been held on Read More ... Related posts: Gearing up for #ALTC 2015 Showcasing different approaches to building a #CMALT portfolio #ALTC I’m going to … #altc View Article