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hanfod.NL @nlconf #nlc2022

Wonderfully, some of us are able to travel to an international conference to celebrate and enjoy this event, after an in-person hiatus of four years for regular NLC delegates. I am writing this as the coach takes me from Wales across England to Heathrow. Very sadly I am mindful that Professor Cathy Adams is unable … Continue reading hanfod.NL @nlconf #nlc2022

Kyungmee’s voice

It is wonderful to hear Kyungmee speak on this episode. I’ve known Kyungmee for several years since she is a tutor on the doctoral programme I studied with, at Lancaster’s Centre for Technology Enhanced Learning. I particularly love the attitude she exemplifies that gracefully refuses to accept an unhealthy status quo. This recording previews Kyungmee’s … Continue reading Kyungmee’s voice

Mike’s daisy: spoken

I recorded this ‘daisy’ as a prelude to our symposium, ‘Networked learning and phenomenology: a found chord’, and note it is published one month before the start of the 13th International Conference on Networked Learning. I promised that I would follow Greta’s recording, however, it was always, following the daisy chain metaphor, going to involve … Continue reading Mike’s daisy: spoken

Introducing daisychain recordings with our first, by Greta

To herald the Networked Learning Conference in May, we aim to release short audio reflections, linking with our symposium, and possibly each other’s recordings. Practically, we have in mind those who are curious about exploring networked learning and phenomenology, with the hope of inspiring more people to join in. However, part of the reason is … Continue reading Introducing daisychain recordings with our first, by Greta

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