Just a quick post to mention that my colleague Professor Joel Mtebe from the University of Dar es Salaam will be presenting at the Centre for Research in Digital Education on 19 May. The presentation Digital teaching and learning at the University of Dar es Salaam before and during the ongoing CoVID-19 pandemic: institutional memory, […]
More and more of my writing is being ported into different online spaces (mostly here) so it has been awhile since I posted here but that isn’t necessarily by design. I like posting here and being reminded of the sixteen years or so I have been posting to this WordPress instance (a brief interlude into […]
The amasing Claire Sowton of the Centre for Research in Digital Education has compiled our annual report and so providing that here. I cannot emphasise enough what a joy it is to work with such capable and kind people.
Hope everyone is keeping well. I haven’t posted in a long time as I have been a wee bit busy. It has been fairly full on since mid-March for me so it is good to come up for a breath every so often before taking the next plunge. I suspect like most of us in […]
We are all preparing (in UK HE at least) for that emerging reality that we will likely be teaching online for some part of the academic year 2020/2021. The work we must do over the summer to account for this reality is significant, certainly at a much greater level than our remote teaching transition in […]
I am going to share music now and again that I find very helpful for inspiration. I have moved away from that in this blog but there was a lot more of that in its earlier iterations (I started this in some form in 2004). Either way, there are very few musicians that I like […]
Myles Blaney recorded a podcast earlier today, our first since the pandemic began changing the nature of how and where we work, how and where we socialize. In the podcast we discuss working from home, adjustments, and care. We discuss the partnerships that we felt helped us transition as a university. It is meant to […]