Leading Change is Hard

creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-ND ) flickr photo shared by m-c Leading change is hard. Don’t listen to anyone who tells you it isn’t. If it was, I doubt there would be so many expensive books, people and programs out there that claim to revolutionise your working environment in ‘just a few easy steps’. The books…

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#Evernote Work Chat

Recently, many Evernote users would have noticed the Work Chat feature appearing in their accounts. Evernote Work Chat lets users communicate and collaborate without leaving the app…which for me has been a major time saving feature. Since the soft launch, I have been experimenting with Work Chat with both my colleagues and students. Work Chat…

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Metaphors for Digital Learning Spaces


Have you ever wondered about the name for your computer desktop, trash can or recycle bin and folders? Probably not because that terminology is something we take for granted- well at least I do. Through my studies for INF536 I read an interesting article, Instructors as Architects- Designing Learning Spaces for Discussion-Based Online Courses (Wang &…

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