posts tagged: digital media learning

Getting Social in Higher Education

Digital social technologies are greatly influencing the way we work in higher education. In this blog post, Dr Kelly Page, a lecturer in Digital Marketing, Cardiff Business School considers how, as a sector, higher education needs to move forward to ‘get social’. Keep Reading…

Insight Story: Social Ways of Working in Higher Education

Social Ways

This blog post is a reflection of how social technologies are changing the way we work in higher education and their impact on the dominant discourse and thinking around organisational communications and our social ‘lived’ identities as organisations. Keep Reading…

My Stateside Learning Journey 2010

This blog post introduces my 6-week ‘Stateside Learning journey’ in which I spend 6 weeks at Northwestern (Chicago), Columbia (New York) and SFU (Vancouver), with the aim to meet, work and collaborate with a number of very interesting, and intelligent minds in the fields of Digital Media and Communications, Education and Learning. Keep Reading…

DML2010: In reflection!

This post provides response to a number of the questions raised by Sonia Livingstone at DML2010 about the questions surrounding Digital Media Learning. Keep Reading…

DML 2010: Setting a Remit for Reflection!

This post is about the remit for which the DML 2010 conference is focus. The conference organisers pose a number of key questions with which to reflect and discuss. This post also poses an additional question about inclusivity in learning communities to include ‘ALL’ learners, be it youth or adult education through digital media. Keep Reading…