Christmas wouldn’t be christmas if I didn’t put my hands to some form of Christmas digital goodness and this year it’s been a pleasure to work on this one for DPG. This year, we’ve opted for a nice, simply worded Continue reading DPG Community Merry Christmas
I was a fond fan of this question as soon as I saw it. The fact that the question was around creating ‘good’ quality voice recordings appealed to me. If there’s one thing I’ve discovered along the way, a ‘bad’ Continue reading Good quality voice recordings – What microphones and software without breaking the bank?
Learn to draw a pigeon? From Simon Heath? On Twitter? Yes please. Digitally curate it too? Yes please. It’s a hat-trick in digitally collaborating with Simon Heath influenced by his creations. This was one I couldn’t resist diving into. It Continue reading #IDrewAPigeon: The Movie Explained
In this video I review the Samsung 360 2017 Camera, a cool little device that makes the world of 360 video and photography well within the reach of consumers and L&D budgets. How do you think 360 video for learning Continue reading Samsung 360 2017 Camera Review
I’ve been doing some work recently (hard to believe I know). I’ve been collecting some resources and learning more about 360 video. It’s an ongoing journey with some exciting developments. I’m really keen to share what I’m learning along the Continue reading 360 Video for Learning
CIPD L&D Show An Artistic View CIPD L&D Show was this week. I had planned to make it down for at least one day. A change in plans meant that I didn’t in the end. No worries. The flurry of activity Continue reading CIPD L&D Show
Learning at Work week is next week from 15th – 19th May and it was a pleasure earlier on this week to have a chat with Julia Wright, the National Director at Campaign for Learning. I’m a fan of the Continue reading Learning at Work Week
Introduction Is the experiment over? Have you changed tactics? What have you learned? They’re great questions and much appreciated. Thank you. Seeing as they’ve been asked, they deserve an answer. I’ve been thinking about these over the past few weeks Continue reading Experiment, tactics and learnings from Twitter
More than 12 million adults in the UK lack basic digital skills. That’s according to the work of Go ON UK and later Doteveryone over several years. They’ve been working hard to highlight this problem and how it affects both Continue reading How are you developing your digital skills?
In my role as a Digital Learning Specialist, one of the challenges I find is keeping up with all the knowledge needed to do my job. Digital is massive. There’s so much to learn with the software I use. Videos, Continue reading Creating a personal knowledge store using Slack