An intersectional approach to learning technology

The field of learning technology, also known as e-learning, educational technology and digital education,  has been defined as the broad range of communication, information and related technologies that are used to support learning, teaching and assessment (Association for Learning Technology, 2021).   Collins and Bilge (2020) define  intersectionality as a “ way of understanding and […] View Article

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A11y and Open are political. Guest post.

  A11y and Open are political – webinars & online events are too! – Ghizzi Dunlop   Robin Wall Kimmerer said, ‘Western science is knowledge for knowledge’s sake; Traditional Ecological Knowledge is knowledge coupled with responsibility for that knowledge.” Substitute “Open” for “western science” and replace “Traditional Ecological” with “Accessible and Inclusive Open”. Accessibility is […] View Article

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#OpenCovid4Ed

The hedgerows are full of fruit right now, these elderberries are so inviting! Bountiful nourishment which we can forage to make a delicious tea time treat at little or now cost. Thanks to the disruption of the pandemic many of us have been visiting the virtual hedgerows of edu-twitter and other such spaces to exchange […] View Article

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Money matters

The current virus crisis has provided many valuable lessons to us all as a society. Very early on the UK a list of key workers was drawn up by the government – these would be the individuals who would be in the front line, keeping us safe and ensuring that we could sustain some sort […] View Article

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