Monthly Archives: October 2010

Understanding Learning and Teaching

Professor Michael Prosser’s (University of Hong Kong) seminar on ‘research on student learning in higher education’ described key variations in the way students approach their studies in higher education, how those approaches relate to teaching and learning contexts and perception … Continue reading

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NAIRTL / LIN Annual Conference

Last week I attended NAIRTL / LIN Annual Conference held at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). Over 300 people attended and I early benefited from this conference as many of the presentations were fresh topics to me. … Continue reading

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Social media is changing learning

I met Mark Cahill at Blogtalk 2010, he runs Socialbits (web 2.0 marketing consultancy) he asked me about the impact of social media on learning, so I wrote a blog post for him!

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