In this post I'm going to focus on social media communication with regards our modern communications. I look at some free Twitter analysis and what changes this insight can help us with, as well as look at some other resources to help us with our approach to what we do on social media, either professionally... Continue Reading →
These are the tweets from my Learning Live 2016 session about live online learning.
The Big Sponge Hangout is happening this week, with live Google Hangouts, pre-recorded videos and lots of L&D and technology conversation. I've been recorded for a video and I'll tweet/blog about that separately 😀 I was working on the first day and couldn't attend the live hangout, so wanted to watch the recording and see... Continue Reading →
AnswerGarden is a new minimalistic brainstorm tool for online brainstorming, real time audience participation and classroom feedback. Source: AnswerGarden: What do you think of the amount of new technology for learning?
I've been having a few frustrations recently with regards customer and technical service. If you follow me on Twitter, you've probably already got bored of my increasingly frustrated tweets about the level of service from my domain and web hosting company. Through my frustration with Titan Internet's increasingly poor service and what feels like disregard for the... Continue Reading →