Before I worked in education, I had a career in book publishing, first in America and then in the UK. The small publishing house that employed me produced trade and academic titles and, although the trade arm had a more glamorous roster of authors, the academic arm was our bread and butter, bankrolling our gambleContinue reading “My Complex Relationship with OER”
Is online education the great disruptor? Defined as ‘troublesome’ and ‘disorderly’ but also as ‘innovative’ and ‘ingenious,’ its meaning changes dramatically depending on context. For me, it is both. My personal ‘advent’ of online learning will be logged as 2020, a year in which I suspect everyone reconsidered their priorities as life became simultaneously moreContinue reading “Why This Blog?”
I’m an education professional and more recently, a student on the MSc in Blended and Online Learning at Edinburgh Napier University. This blog will serve as a journal of my experiences throughout the course, as both a student negotiating the online learning environment and a professional, applying what I learn to my role.