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?
It was a question someone asked me quite some time back. The immediate answer that jumped to mind was the obvious choice. The number of people following me. It seems to have become the most important, talked about, single measurement Continue reading How do you measure your social media success?
As wrong as it is for this time of day, I could devour all of that photo right now! Anyway, not the point…. The point is keeping topped up. Specifically, keeping topped up with the skills around HR and L&D. Yesterday on the Continue reading #LOVECPD: How do you keep topped up?
Today is Digital Learning Day 2016, an effort by the Alliance for Excellent Education to engage students & empower educators through effective use of digital tools. There’s a whole discussion on using digital in education happening on the hashtag #DLDay. It’s got Continue reading #LOVECPD: What digital questions do you have?
Yesterday, there was talk on #LOVECPD of reflecting on the CPD that you do. Some spoke about writing journals and reflective blogs. There were tips on how best to capture your CPD in writing. There were discussions on whether to Continue reading #LOVECPD: Do you share your CPD?
And breathe….. Hectic day. I wasn’t expecting that response. It’s been awesome over on Twitter, Linked in and of course the DPG Community. There’s so many that #LOVECPD it would seem! Today, the focus was all around reflection and what you Continue reading #LOVECPD: A reflection on day 1
The other week I wrote a blog called “Social Learning: Keep Calm” in a bid to help those that haven’t really got the idea yet to relax and fear not. Once we’re over this fear, the questions start flowing. These Continue reading Social Learning: Some early questions to consider