Systems or people? We can model learning in order to develop ways for our machines to acquire, store, process and apply data: information gathered from the world around. Although I put it as a vague question of preference at the start of this essay, it has many ramifications. Are people not just quite complex systems? … Continue reading Beginning of term
Category: Learning technology practice
Learning designs, templates, workflows and procedures for integrating social softwares (e.g. Elgg, Confluence, OSP and other learning and collaboration tools), and repositories into Brookes Virtual; support for expanded Learning Technologists Forum
Informal e-Learning: Ishkur’s guide to electronic music
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Areas of work
The main areas of work for our Pathfinding project are: Infrastructures Learning Technology Practices Evaluation activities Staff and educational development programmes Infrastructures Identification of appropriate softwares and platforms including the repository architecture for research outputs, learning objects, and personal and professional development portfolio items elaboration of the service matrix workflows and procedures for identity management, … Continue reading Areas of work