Tag Archives: Analytics

Top Ten Blog Posts 2017

Originally posted on e-Learning Stuff.

This year I have written 21 blog posts, in 2016 it was 43 blog posts, in 2015 I wrote 24 blog posts. In 2014 I wrote 11 and in 2013 I wrote 64 blog posts and over a hundred in 2012. In 2011 I thought 150 was a quiet year! The tenth most popular blog … Continue reading Top Ten Blog Posts 2017 Read more

Top Ten Blog Posts 2017

Originally posted on e-Learning Stuff.

This year I have written 21 blog posts, in 2016 it was 43 blog posts, in 2015 I wrote 24 blog posts. In 2014 I wrote 11 and in 2013 I wrote 64 blog posts and over a hundred in 2012. In 2011 I thought 150 was a quiet year! The tenth most popular blog … Continue reading Top Ten Blog Posts 2017 Read more

Résumé vs Network: what do they say about you?

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

It might be the time of year, or it might be that there are some interesting job appearing in the sector, but whatever the reason, my inbox is full of Linkedin requests, and no small amount of requests for the writing of linkedIn recommendations. In addition, I noticed that some institutions and organisations have reverted […] Read more

The Intelligent Library #CILIPConf17

Originally posted on e-Learning Stuff.

So what is the intelligent library? What is the future of the library? At the CILIP Conference in Manchester this year, on Thursday 6th July, I am delivering a high level briefing session on technology, specifically looking at the library within the intelligent campus space. The session will explore the potential technologies and the possibilities … Continue reading The Intelligent Library #CILIPConf17 Read more

Open the pod bay doors…

Originally posted on e-Learning Stuff.

People are not fearful of algorithms, they’re fearful of agendas that the algorithms represent. Over the last few weeks I have been discussing and listening to people’s views on the intelligent campus. One topic which has resulted in a fair bit of controversy is the concept of using artificial intelligence to support teaching and learning. … Continue reading Open the pod bay doors… Read more

Opening the algorithms: Could we use open analytics?

Originally posted on e-Learning Stuff.

Do you remember when the Google algorithm wasn’t that good, well it was good, but today it’s better! Many years ago if you searched for a hotel on Google, so you could find out if there was car parking, or to find the website for the restaurant menu, the search results most of the time … Continue reading Opening the algorithms: Could we use open analytics? Read more

Analytics & Narratives

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

This post is Co-Authored with Dave Cormier The importance of storytelling in organisational change is sometimes overlooked, this post, and especially today, is written with Andrew Asher and Donna Lanclos in mind, who capture the stories in and around libraries to enhance the student experience. In 2016 the predictive and explanatory power of analytics have […] Read more

Digital Pedagogy Lab

Originally posted on Jisc digital capability codesign challenge blog.

Over on a domain of his own, Lawrie has been posting about his attendance at the Digital Pedagogy Lab on Prince Edward Island and has written a series of blog posts about the event and what he learnt and experienced and the relevance to digital capability. Red Roads and Connectivism http://lawriephipps.co.uk/?p=8157 Digital Pedagogy Lab: Prince … Read more

Open Analytics?

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

Digital Pedagogy Lab : Prince Edward Island : Third Reflections So the reflections keep coming, and the connections get stronger as we continue to reflect in the open. There have been some great blog posts from fellow #DigPed delegates in the last few days and maybe at some point we should write a collective piece […] Read more

Digital spaces in a networked culture?

Originally posted on lawrie : converged.

Last week on twitter, and after a very long conversation with that Dave Cormier I posed the question “What would a learning space look like if you designed it in networked culture, where identity is more important than role?” I started thinking that the way to answer this may be by using scenario planning, designing […] Read more