Tag Archives: Media

Critical Perspectives in Practice⤴

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I'm playing some kind of crazy catch up on the blogging here. I have a whole host of things I want to try write up before they disappear. This will hopefully be a quick one to jump on. Amongst the maelstrom that has been the … Continue reading Critical Perspectives in Practice

I think you’re (repeatedly) (willfully) missing the point…⤴

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Well, it's been another week, and so far, so ranty. I read Lorna Campbell's excellent blog post on sustaining an ethic of care in HE. In it she called out many of the existing inequities that have been exacerbated by COVID. "Meanwhile the pandemic has … Continue reading I think you’re (repeatedly) (willfully) missing the point…

Re-reading Manifestos⤴

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I'm definitely overdue a number of blog posts about where the heck I am and what I'm doing these days. I'm in week 7 of a new role as Deputy Provost of Athabasca University and week 8 of living in a whole new country. My … Continue reading Re-reading Manifestos

A quick reflection on inclusive service design from #A11yScotland⤴

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Through Girl Geek Scotland I was lucky enough to be given a free ticket for the Accessibility Scotland conference on 25 October (in exchange for compering a lunchtime lightning talk session, which was a sheer delight and I very much got the better end of … Continue reading A quick reflection on inclusive service design from #A11yScotland

Black Mirror Writers Room – #MozFest 2019 session⤴

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I've got a whole host of stuff to blog from MozFest (and Accessibility Scotland), and I'm sure I won't get to all of it, but here's an attempt at least! One of the best sessions I went to at MozFest was the Black Mirror Writers … Continue reading Black Mirror Writers Room – #MozFest 2019 session

Some witchy history and a very smart woman in data science⤴

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So yesterday and today the Twitter has been on fire about some work that was done over the summer by Emma Carroll, a recent graduate of Edinburgh and working with us as an Equate Scotland Careerwise intern. It culminated today in a really nice news … Continue reading Some witchy history and a very smart woman in data science

Subtitling: Or what we did over summer 2019⤴

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So, I wrote a blog post last year about building out a new WordPress blogging service at Edinburgh over the summer of 2018. That was a cool piece of work and we still get a thrill out of running it on a daily basis. This … Continue reading Subtitling: Or what we did over summer 2019

Some thoughts on Doing Data Right⤴

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I'm playing catch up on the blog - my Drafts is a scary place to look and a lot isn't going to see the light of day. I'm also not going to be shackled to trying to get stuff done in any sort of chronological … Continue reading Some thoughts on Doing Data Right

ALT-C 2019: Ethical EdTech⤴

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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

ALT-C 2019: More sessions that you can shake a stick (of Edinburgh rock) at⤴

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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