What can you learn from a chatbot?

Joitske Hulsebosch

I have my office on the first floor of our house and therefore I use a Wifi homeplug to strengthen the WiFi signal from the groundfloor. From a performance approach chatbots are very suitable for just-in-time support, such as help in dealing with a new tool. Curating content.

2016 153

Slowing Down to Pay ATTENTION – the #365 Photo Practice

Full Circle Associates

Now that I have noticed this, I am resisting taking/curating my photos as an expression of identity. I can’t always post from my phone while overseas, so I did more with my tablet and wifi. For a number of years, some of my good buddies have taken part in the #365 photo project.

2015 72

Education Technology Action Group consultation

SocialTech

The purpose of the group is to make recommendations that will “aim to best support the agile evolution of the FE, HE and schools sectors in anticipation of disruptive technology for the benefit of learners, employers & the UK economy", identifying “ any barriers to the growth of innovative learning technology that have been put in place (inadvertently or otherwise) by the Governments, as well as thinking about ways that these barriers can be broken down.”. Also supports Strand 1b.

Online Educa Berlin 2010 Keynote: Building Networked Learning Environments

SocialTech

Digital Literacy and Learning Communities: Supporting 21st Century Learners. Our focus is to ensure the City's current school building programmes delivers flexible, inclusive learning spaces that support the transformation of education - raising standards, and improving the life chances and wellbeing of all our learners. My role is to ensure the investment made in ICT is deployed to support our aspirations for learning, learners and learning communities.

2010 70

Education Technology Action Group consultation

SocialTech

The purpose of the group is to make recommendations that will “aim to best support the agile evolution of the FE, HE and schools sectors in anticipation of disruptive technology for the benefit of learners, employers & the UK economy", identifying “any barriers to the growth of innovative learning technology that have been put in place (inadvertently or otherwise) by the Governments, as well as thinking about ways that these barriers can be broken down.”. Also supports Strand 1b.