Clickolage – The movie


A few weeks ago I went to a great workshop about Creative Social-Mobile Learning and Teaching at Graz in Austria. I presented my pinterest stuff, which I’ve written up here .

 

I met lots of interesting people from all over Europe working on some very interesting projects, all sharing an interest in using new technologies to help learners learn and teachers teach. I’ve made a lot of new contacts on twitter and hopefully I’ll be seeing a lot of the same faces next year.

I was also interviewed by Yishay Mor about Clickolage, a term I’m still trying to introduce and promote (having written about it here). It was actually quite fun being interviewed although it was on a busy street and you can see how distracting that was!

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About digitalscholar

I am a sociologist with an interest in new technology. Previously I’ve worked on a number of projects at Lancaster University and the Open University looking at the use of new technologies and social media by researchers. I was also a social sciences teaching fellow at the foundation centre at Durham University teaching sociology and anthropology. I am now a senior lecturer at the University of West London's Institute for Teaching, Innovation and Learning where I oversee the foundation provision and support retention. I'm sure I'll still be interested in, and occasionally blog about, tech related things. I use this blog to post thoughts about using new technologies in my professional academic life and wider thoughts and links relating to technology more generally.
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