On the “authenticity” of reflecting for a mark


I’ve been talking quite a lot with educators about embedding reflective practice and the use of ePortfolios throughout courses and programs. So in reviewing the papers and sessions that caught my eye at ASCILITE2014 in…

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Social media – you can’t just pay lip service


Ah Dilbert! You illustrate so much about what is ridiculous and this strip is a jewel. ¬†Any educator who has been urged to integrate social media into their coursework, any communicator or marketer who has…

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Handling your selves


In writing a blog post this morning to synthesise my thoughts and feelings on an incredible week that saw Australia placed on a watch list of potentially repressive regimes by Reporters without borders, I debated…

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Why don’t I feel like bloggin?


So many ideas for great blog posts – so little ambition. From a rant about the LOUD family living next door – to mulling over McD’s new virtual space for kids and the joys of…

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NAB justifies spamming


Thanks to SilkCharm for bringing this to my attention. This video is a jaw-dropper — Jim Stewart, the video blogger – is trying to educate the National Australia Bank that SPAM – however “well” or…

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