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
If you are interested in developing people and helping them to be the best they can be, I believe it’s worth spending some time with this article and the links in it. A couple of weeks ago a new report Continue reading How will you harness the secret online lives of your managers?
He was just eight years old when Mum and Dad decided to go away for the weekend and leave him in the house on his own. ‘Do what you like whilst we’re away and have anyone you like around. We’re not leaving Continue reading Keeping your children safe in a digital world
Morning all. Hope you are well and had a good Easter break. Have you used Slack? You know the team collaboration and knowledge sharing tool? If you haven’t check it out. If you have seen it though, have you thought about this… Continue reading Using Slack for your Continuous Professional Development
It’s been a week since my new way of working with Twitter began. I’ve had a few questions here and there about how it all works. I’ve put together the video below that gives a sneak peak behind the scenes of Continue reading Twitter Lists: A guided tour
An open space is a really cool space to be in. Here’s a picture I drew the other week at #LCDU16. The idea was to introduce ourselves to the group using these self-drawn pictures hung on a washing line. It was my Continue reading #LOVECPD: Opening your mind to CPD
The other day I experienced MAP Assessment 2.0, an assessment tool used to assess management and leadership skills. It has has helped me to consider solutions around the following commonly asked questions: We need to develop our managers, but what topics Continue reading MAP Assessment: Answers to our Management and Leadership Development Questions