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Key finding from the Changing the Learning Landscape – Online Identities project
Saying ‘I won’t use twitter’…it’s like saying ‘I won’t use the Library’
There are a lot of things out there that remains latent, remains as potential, because people haven't figured out interesting things to do with them.
The following shows the graphic visualizations of our findings from the CLL online identities project, designed by Safiyya Lee.
How To Become A Fashion Buyer?
This is a question that is entered into Google on average over 700 times per month!
I had a number of reservations about a training day in coding. First and foremost being that I have never done any coding before and had no idea how it even worked, let alone how to use it.
Education is about Enabling
My OER project attempts to use ITunes U as a platform to deliver focused technical theory to students in a self contained and self standing environment.
Final report for the ‘Changing the Learning Landscape’ online identities project: Report authors Joe Easeman, Chris Follows and student researchers/community developers.
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