[CHAT] with @AndrewGraystone: Faith, Hope and Mischief – An evening with(out) Andrew Graystone

Andrew is the person whose image went viral when, after the mass shooting in the Christchurch mosque, he stood outside the mosque in his Manchester neighbourhood with a cardboard sign saying "I will keep watch while you pray.”   Andrew has a gift for telling funny, prophetic and powerful stories about living in faith and hope. His stories encourage readers to take risks, make holy mischief, poke fun at the over-mighty, and believe that despite…

[WEBINAR] 2 on Digital Health with @DigiHealthGen

Again, I kept rough notes from this webinar 'The World of Apps: Digital Transformation In The NHS': Check out https://simplysociology.wordpress.com/ Reminder of the project What are young people using in their everyday lives to learn about being healthy, to participate in online forums, use for tracking, etc. Combined versions to be healthy. 1000 11-18 year olds, surveys, what are the milestones for types of tech being used when/what for/what kind of health messages are they…

#TLCwebinar Reworking The Big Agency as an interactive employability unit #MMUBigAg

At 12:30pm today, I was going to seeking to reflect on how The Big Agency has developed as a Level 5 unit at Manchester Metropolitan University. There appears to be an issue with browser access for other participants, so we have re-arranged for 10th May 2017. I'm looking forward to hearing from others, queries as to what might/might not have worked, and suggestions for other options to try: #TLCwebinar Reworking The Big Agency as an…

"Students as digital partners and pioneers" with #JISCEL12

I finally managed to get into the JISC 'Innovating E-Learning' conference by working at home... I have a few to catch up on, but this afternoon joining the University of Exeter talking about their cascade project - students as digital partners & pioneers. Malcolm Ryan started us off with a question ... whilst people adjusted to using the software: University of Exeter We then went across to the University of Exeter to head from those…