As we (that is my partner in crime Sharon McDonough and I ) come to having our manuscript for the edited book Mindfulness in the Academy: Practices and Perspectives from Scholars ready for our publisher and while we are writing our final chapter celebrating the work that the contributors have done we have been reflective. … Continue reading Mindful editing: Bringing together a vision and mindfully curating this with others
Three things happened last week that aligned so magnificently that I feel like it was meant to be. The wonderful energetic Georgina Laming, aka @miss_laming, contacted me via Twitter DM late last week to ask me about what young people and parents should know about social media. This conversation was at a time when I … Continue reading Top ten tips on social media, young people and parents – what do we need to talk about?
I’m working with some colleagues on developing a manifesto for social media in learning and teaching in higher education. This is a passion project for me. One that I have invested in for a number of years now. With all my teaching in since 2012, I have integrated some form of social media into my … Continue reading Social media in learning and teaching in higher education – what is important?
I've been thinking for a while now that I need to collate all the projects I have carried out on social media connected to learning. I've worked across and in between multiple higher education sites and within the cultural heritage sites with this work for a number of years. All along, building my understanding and … Continue reading Social Media and Learning – sharing my journey
Social media for learning is one of the best resources available to us. I’m a fan of the access to content that supports our growth for learning. Active participation, or even being an elegant lurker, allows for the engagement that can trigger ideas, inspiration, connections, and possibility. The chance to explore ideas connected to current … Continue reading The 101 of Tweet Chat participation
In the week that has just gone I have had the pleasure to attend to Museums and the Web Asia conference held in Melbourne. I have been inspired by the ideas, perspectives and openness of presenters both local and national, and reminded of why I find working with the GLAM sector so enjoyable. I was delighted … Continue reading Museums and social media – sharing pedagogies of practice
Today at the #Meetday2015 WHERE EDUCATION, EVALUATION AND TECHNOLOGY MEET as part of Museum Australia's 2015 Conference I presented my thinking on social media, young people and museum. Click here for my slides. My outline was: Museums are unique sites of learning, as are social media platforms. Both spaces promote co-creation of meaning making. For young … Continue reading Social media, young people and museum: #Meetday2015