This blog was originally entitled as Open Academic Practice but, as I am interested in Open Education issues and Open Society issues I will us it for occasional blogs on Open Society & Digital Technology. From that perspectives I have blogged on Mapping Information Landscapes and Emergent Learning and now on creating a Digital Public Space (DiPS) as part of CyberSalon’s work on Digital Citizenship.
This started as my blog for the #fslt12 MOOC run by George Roberts and Jenny Mackness on Open Academic Practice, which ran from May 21st for 5 weeks. My initial posts are reflective posts on my own learning and teaching practice and needs to be completed by May 28th. I posted 5 times to cover this, as I have a lot of experience. So far I have done 4; my curious learning, my confident initial teaching, Craft of Teaching and An Internet Model of Learning and Teaching and, the most popular one From Access To Content to Context.
My main academic blog is the The Heutagogic Archive.
I have written a complete novel based on reflecting on my learning. It is musical open online creative and free and is what Ronan O’Beirne calls ‘pre-theory” that is it is just stories that you have to think about. It is about the importance of music and relationships during my school years during the sixties and is called 63/68 A Visceral History. Warning contains Beatles and Experiences…