Checking out new MA from @LSTheology #digitalstudent

So there's a new MA on the block from London School of Theology. It's advertised as Beyond applied theology – the MA in Integrative Theology (MAiTh) can either be accessed and completed online worldwide or studied full or part-time on campus in London – what ever suits your lifestyle or needs better. As I was looking at this, whilst thinking about how CODEC develops an appropriate MA, and whether it should be  fully online/offline, and as the debate…

San Jose: Blended Learning?

Another interesting story connected with MOOCs, but also dealing with wider questions re academic skills, etc.: After five years during which funding for public universities in the state has been slashed by about $1 billion (£650 million), Samuels says, the sector is now being told to solve its problems with a “magical techno- bullet”. He argues that the proposal to replace bricks-and-mortar courses with online ones is “part of a larger culture of bashing teachers”…

Assignment 2 (PGCLTHE), Blended Learning, 70%

Assignment Title: Developing a Community of Practice in Blended Learning at the University of Winchester: Theory, Practice & Reflection Read the assignment on Scribd. MARKER: This report shows just how much effort you have put into the BL Fellow post over the last year.  There have been all kinds of activities both of the social and technical kind.  I can see that you have met many people across the university on many occasions and that…

Blended Learning: One Year In

Yesterday, it was 1 year to the day since I started as Blended Learning Fellow at the University of Winchester, and rather than looking at my rather terrifying “to do” list, I thought I’d celebrate what I have done. My contract was 0.2 (1 day per week), until 2 months ago, where I have 12 months at 0.4! Read my "what I did" list.
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