Monthly Archives: April 2013

Week 2: Understanding Learners Needs

This week in #OCTEL, it was all about the learners – but I wasn’t so sure. With a background in learning and development, understanding learner needs is not new to me. I’ve done many needs analyses in my life so … Continue reading

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Week 1: Drilling Into TEL Concepts and Approaches for #OCTEL

This week’s entry on reflections of Technology and Learning Concepts and Approaches for the OCTEL MOOC have been interesting.  In particular one video about how dentists are trained to drill a tooth through the use of sophisticated simulations. I hate … Continue reading

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Week 1: Introduction to #ocTEL

Just because I’m a sucker for punishment, I joined another 10 week cMOOC called Octel: The Open Course in Technology. (Actually, methinks I was on such a high with the Educational Technology MOOC #ETMOOC which recently finished that I just … Continue reading

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Social Learning in Business

Mid last year, I registered for the ‘Gold Package’ on the Social Learning Centre, UK to undertake all their courses.  That registration was “worth it weight in gold” (pardon the pun) in my professional and personal development in the last … Continue reading

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