Category Archives: BA Learning Technology Research

Learning to learn through real world inquiry in the virtual paradigm

In drawing together my publications, conference papers and slides I discovered that a paper that I wrote with Kev Thompson for a conference at Edge Hill University had been selected for the new peer review journal, Nexus. Whilst the original … Continue reading

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Published … Advancing the Patchwork Text: The Development of Patchwork Media Approaches

Following on from the July 2009 learning Conference “The” paper is now published in the International Journal of Learning and available here: http://ijl.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.30/prod.2169

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Barcelona : 16th International Conference on Learning

Between Thursday and Saturday last week I was in beautiful Barcelona at the 16th International Conference on Learning where I presented a paper on patchwork media. The conference was an eclectic mix of practitioners bound together by themes in teaching … Continue reading

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How facilitators interact with the underpinning principles of BA LTR

 

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How learners interact with the underpinning principles of BA LTR

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Reading joy and action research

  A short article in The Telegraph points out the importance of developing a love for books if children are to read well – it goes on to point to some  classic books for children. Particularly handy for me (with a six … Continue reading

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Tripp and Ultraversity – an offering from 2006

As part of my hardware tidy up I stumbled across a musing made eighteen months or so ago, on how Ultraversity (the BA LTR team) embraces research and reflection in to its own practice. The piece compares Tripp’s vision of action research … Continue reading

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