The Online Classroom?

This looks like a really interesting piece, which I’d like to read in full… but I suspect of interest to a lot of people working in e-learning particularly: The time comes for most teachers to face something they think they cannot do. Such a time came for me in 1993, when a guest speaker at […]

[AUDIO] Thought of the Day 07/02/14

listen to ‘Thought of the Day 07/02/14’ on Audioboo For Inspirational Breakfast, Premier Radio: Thought of the Day I was fascinated to see that on this day in 1965, someone thought that it was worth recording that George Harrison (of the Beatles fame) had his tonsils removed. God, however, does care about all the little […]

#TimetoTalk with Historian Barbara Taylor

In the Times Higher Education today there’s an interview with Barbara Taylor, a historian who is the subject of The Last Asylum. “By the time Eve was published in 1983,” she recalls when we meet at a cafe near her home in Crouch End, “I was incapable of doing any sustained work. I struggled on, the next project flowed so […]

[AUDIO] Thought of the Day 06/02/14

listen to ‘Thought of the Day 06/02/14’ on Audioboo Today happens to be 62nd anniversary of the ascension of Queen Elizabeth II to the British throne. Further back in time, on this date in 1918 – Britain granted women, aged 30 & over, the vote. A poster as part of the suffragette campaign highlighted how […]