Thinking Digital, such a good conference (dates for 2014 already up). I have much to learn from this, and something want I’ve been seeking to put into place on this blog, my personal blog, and next .. @bigbible! Aral Balkan: Superheroes & Villains in Design from Thinking Digital on Vimeo.
This afternoon I’m at this workshop: Great leaders beginning with the Alexander the Great, have long known the emotional power of story in helping engage people behind a cause or a company. Today more than ever in our chaotic world of information overload, facts are not enough. We want something that’s meaningful, a message that […]
Last week I attended the JISC ‘Innovating Learning’ online conference – here’s a blog post I wrote for ‘Letters from the Edge’ – the conference blog: This is a post, as with my ‘live’ blog posts, written as an ‘on the spot reflection’ rather than an agonised-over academic piece! Over the past few years, I […]
Marion Manton, Oxford 4 years – every programme uses technology in some way, but in very different ways – the magic words ‘efficiency gain’. A weekend/few days of study a few days a term, rather than having to come to Oxford every week. Opened up the study wider. Oxford programme information. Lots of learners […]
Levers of Change – seeing similarities with steam engines … Some levers make sense – move forward, it moves forward Some don’t have obvious sense Some are out of our control – e.g. points can take us in different directions 3 Questions for this session: What causes change? What can we do to instigate change? […]
[View the story "#WUNM: Youth Workers & New Media" on Storify] #WUNM: Youth Workers & New Media Day event help in Doncaster, in a room full of buzz, and a real desire to learn how we can move forward in using new media within the Christian YouthWork setting. Here’s an unedited collection of tweets on […]
My session for this morning: Youth Social Media Doncaster from Bex Lewis
This is (probably still a draft) version of the rather-experimental session we’re about to do, telling the story of today from a range of sources: #CNMAC12: The Story of Today from Bex Lewis We’ll know afterwards whether it worked!