The power of narrative research in #OER17

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Last week the yearly OER conference took place in London. The title, the Politics of Open, and the themes can give a sense of the depth and breadth of the event.  A great experience where different scholars from around the Globe, and this is really AROUND THE GLOBE, we had people from South Africa, Chile, … Continue reading The power of narrative research in #OER17

Evernote- one stop shop?

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I have been using Evernote for a number of years now, though have not been conscious of how I use it. Here’s my reflection on what has worked for me: Get Premium. While the free account gets you going, I enjoy the fact that I can access the notes from a variety of devices- including offline… Continue Reading →

360 around the clinic room

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Recently, I was privy to seeing what the Paramedic team have produced ( in terms of developing a 360 degree environment that then has “Hot Spots” added to link viewers to related material. Added with the loan of an LG 360 camera (, I was inspired to create something myself. This is what I came up… Continue Reading →