I have just signed up for DigiThings at Plymouth University, which is run by Academic Support, Technology & Innovation.
DigiThings is an online course for academics which aims to explore digital tools, in a friendly and supportive environment, that could be useful for your teaching and research activities.
DigiThings will give me the opportunity to work through some of the TEL tools I have touched upon but never used in anger! Along the way I am hoping to stumble upon new tools that I can integrate into my practice.
I remember seeing this video a couple of years back at Learning Without Frontiers. Due to a combination of the conference and it’s timing, this video reminds me of that time in my career and how the work I saw happening around the world inspired me to be more creative in teaching and learning with technology, and generally enhanced my enthusiasm ten fold.
Merry Christmas everyone!
Just a share of the FIFA14 track list which I’m constantly playing right now.
I took a trip to The Hoe in Plymouth yesterday to witness the first night of The British Fireworks Champion of Champions. Once again, I took the opportunity to take some photographs of the event and here is part of the result.
View more of my photos.
Saw this video on the Brit Awards last night, really liked the animation. With the music and narration the simplistic animation is matched by the simple message about Alice and many other children.
If anybody didn’t see the BBC article about the shortest film ever nominated at the Oscars, here is the full animation. I think this animation is very clever and I like it lots, and I don’t even like guacamole.