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Too much incoming, but a simple tactic to help.

I should keep blogging of course, but I put it off, like claiming expenses – when the next one comes in I’ll do the batch. The problem is keeping up with the incoming and my terminal curiosity. Briefly then… I have … Continue reading

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Mozfest 2013 and engagement opportunities for users with disabilities

I  attended this weekend’s MozFest 2013 in Ravensbourne university to discover more about practice beyond tertiary education and how these communities develop accessible practice (or at least consider it) and their professional digital literacies. i was occasinally concerned at the … Continue reading

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Learnpod 2012

Yesterday I attended the LearnPod 2012 “unconference” held at Doncaster College. “On the day, the agenda is set by delegates, who pitch ideas to share their expertise, or source the expertise of others to answer their questions. Some pitch interactive … Continue reading

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How to share accessible practice in your JISC project

At a number of JISC project events recently I have suggested the following tactic to ensure accessibility is clearly addressed. This will enable us to identify and collate information for evidence, and what support was needed and eventually used (from … Continue reading

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Final keynote

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If you don’t work socially, you won’t work at all?

This week I have been on a bit of a tour. We had some long-standing invitations to do some workshops in the south – Universities of Plymouth and Surrey. These are time-expensive so we have to engage as much geography … Continue reading

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The look of the Irish

Last week I was fortunate to be invited to the Society for General Microbiology spring conference in Dublin to present in the e-learning strand – I rather cheekily expanded the original brief to ‘Open Educational Practice with Accessible Open Education … Continue reading

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