This week the blog turned a corner. It ceased to be quite so much about automatic, machine-led, machine readable content, and became more curated. The human reader was brought slightly further back into the picture. In many ways, the blog... Read more »
I’ve just read through everyone else’s lifestream blog; and I came back to my own thinking about improving the reading experience. I’ve already reflected on this once, noticing the lack of like buttons, and that the ALL CAPS TWEET titles are very hard to... Read more »
Live-blogging the readings was something I started doing for An Introduction to Digital Environments for Learning, the first module in this course. Now, when I take notes for academic writing, I use the Cornell Method–which is analogue (handwritten on paper), atemporal... Read more »
I’m currently working on a load of summer reading–and I’m trying to read about student motivation, which I’m finding really boring. Here I am motivating myself to read about motivation with green tea and biscuits.