Evaluating eduhack.eu

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I was recently contacted with the request to contribute to the internal evaluation of an EU project within the Erasmus+ programme, the project Eduhack, which aims to “improve the skills of teachers-in-training and recently-graduated teachers in developing and delivering eLearning courses, with particular attention to OERs and MOOCs”, with a focus on higher education. So … Continue reading “Evaluating eduhack.eu”

Professional identity and social media

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It seldom happens these days that I meet someone – or hear someone speak – who causes immediate recognition and identification. This morning was one of these occasions where you think: “How come I wasn’t following this person already?” Anne Marie Cunningham‘s talk about professional identity was very much related to the work that I … Continue reading “Professional identity and social media”