I’m pleased to say that my first journal article has been published in the Studies in Technology Enhanced Learning journal. In this post, I share my experiences of writing for a journal and my experiences of the peer review process.Continue reading
I finally took a trip up to Lancaster University! Unfortunately, it wasn’t for a jolly. I met my supervisor in person, and I attended the Intellectual Party/Summer Conference. I enjoyed the conference and managed to get a bit of research done despite the busy schedule.Continue reading
Earlier this year, I joined the steering committee for the M25 region of the Association for Learning Technology and I volunteered to host the summer meeting. Organising the event was pretty stressful but really rewarding. In this blog post, I share my experiences of organising the event.
I’m not sure why I decided to do it, but I did it. I setup a Moodle Development Environment on my local machine using MAMP. I attempted to install Moodle 3 times before I actually got it working. This is my tale….Continue reading →
If you’ve read through any of my previous blog posts you’ll know by now that I like to try out the latest tools and tech that can be used to create educational content. Today’s tool is lumen5, a video creation platform powered by A.I.
I recently experienced an issue in Moodle where I was unable to create new users. I was receiving an “Error reading from database” message. In this brief blog post, I share my experiences of fixing this error.Continue reading →
Despite what some say, I like Microsoft Word. Last year after hearing some good feedback from my university cohort, I decided to try a different word processor called Scrivener. This has been a game changer for writing my PhD thesis and this post explains why.
As usual, finding time to write has been a struggle, but only because I’ve been working on other projects. I like to take time out to write these yearly reflection posts as it helps me to plan my goals for next year. I was less ambitious when I set my 2022 goals, but I have achieved more than I set out to do.
Autoethnography is a qualitative research methodology whereby the author uses self-reflection to explore a personal experience as a way of understanding a wider cultural or societal experience. Here I share my thoughts on what attracts me to autoethnography as a research methodology.Continue reading →