I’m taking part in 2 sessions at ALT-C this year and whilst they might at first glance look totally different, they are in fact underpinned by the same critical thinking and ethical approaches that guide a lot of my (and our) work at Edinburgh. We … Continue reading ALT-C 2019: Ethical EdTech
Christian VizlSome really impressive black and white nature photography
What’s the Hardest Part of Practicing Emergency Medicine?The hardest part of my job is the guilt that I never, ever, do everything I should. Never well enough, never fast en…
Next week the Association for Learning Technology Conference is taking place over 3 days in Edinburgh, and I’m spending my Sunday evening thinking about and prepping for my sessions. It’s a big conference and I’m delighted that it’s in Edinburgh because, by being local, it … Continue reading ALT-C 2019: More sessions that you can shake a stick (of Edinburgh rock) at
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Association for Learning Technology Annual Conference 2019 Data, Dialogue, Doing 3–5 September 2019, University of Edinburgh. ALT’s Annual Conference 2019 is seeking to confront and […]
I started reading James Bridle’s New Dark Age thinking it was another entry in the recent spate of “techlash” books. The subtitle, Technology and the End of the Future, is a hint. And the book does follow the tradition laid … Continue reading →