There are many definitions of instructional design; a simple google search will reveal abundant variations. A quick scan across the learning and development literature indicates that there isn’t [...]
The risks for education (its pedagogy and purpose) feel high – overwhelmingly high – at technology conferences. And this week’s Digifest from JISC has been no different in this respect.
The key to understanding MOOCs and to evaluating their place in the spectrum of online learning opportunities is to acknowledge the various strands of their evolution; to honour their history.
We are awash with improvement methodologies, frameworks, models and toolkits aimed at embedding quality improvement in healthcare