Lectures Still of Value?

Really interested in the debates about teaching styles, especially re: lectures: By the 1970s, educational scholar Donald Bligh had written one of the first comprehensive reviews of the research evidence about teaching in higher education, a book titled What’s the Use of Lectures? It was comprehensively damning. Although there are a number Continue Reading →

[BOOK REVIEW] Digital Dieting

This looks like an interesting read: That’s the ideal, anyway. In her book Digital Dieting, Tara Brabazon highlights how precarious this model of learning has suddenly become in the aftermath of the post-1980s technological revolution. (Before that, all lecturers had to worry about was the introduction of the printing press, making Continue Reading →