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Tag Archives: James Clay

Blogosphere in Practice – Linking Blogs in Class

My blogging class saw a live example of  the blogosphere in higher education.  I present short workshops on Blogging in Higher Education which show both how blogs can be used as learning tools (for example, for course work … such as learning journals) and how to write, edit and administer a WordPress blog. We startContinue Reading

Great Post from James Clay “I think differently”

In his e-Learning Stuff blog, James Clay, explains how he no longer  believes that the “message” of e-learning can be “sold” in education. Now “he thinks differently”, believing that new technologies should be seen as ways of improving practice, as solutions to problems, rather than as challenges to be overcome.  Learning technologists should focus onContinue Reading

“Shiny Things” James Clay @ EdTech 2010

James Clay of Gloucestershire College gave the opening keynote on “Cultural Shifts” at EdTech 2010, the annual conference of the Irish Learning Technology Association. James invited participants to use Twitter and other mobile technologies during his presentation. Indeed, participants both virtual and physically present tweeted extensively about the conference. According to James, while society has changed,Continue Reading