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Number of items: 12.

Adaptation and Personalisation
(with notes in powerpoint)

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Institutional Personal Learning Environments – Paradise or Paradox? A Digital Literacies Perspective
This was my keynote presentation at Computer Supported Education (CSEDU) 2012, in Porto. It looks at the importance of digital literacies and how VLEs do not support their developmeng and looks at iPLEs as an alternative.

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Personal Learning Environments and Digital Literacies
This is a version of a seminar/keynote talk I have given a few times. It argues that VLEs are no longer fit for purpose and that students should learn to take responsibility for their own toolsets.

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Learning Objects, Interoperability and Standards
An introduction/overview to the whole issue of learning objects, interoperability and IMS specifications in Learning Technology

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Models of Learning and Motivation
A brief skim through educational theory intended for students registered on a single module in Technology Enhanced Learning. Startes with Blooms taxonomy, travles through instructivism and constructivism and on to theories of motivation/

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An Open Letter to Educators. Dan Brown's Rant about Universities
An (ex) student says what he thinks about the education systems and universities.

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Computer Assisted Assessement
Introduction for UG course on TEL

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Tools for Communication, Collaboration �and for Mobile Learning
Introduction as part of UG TEL course

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Changing Education Paradigms - Sir Ken Robinson
This animation was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin Franklin award. For more information on Sir Ken's work visit: http://www.sirkenrobinson.com

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