Monthly Archives: June 2013

Maximising academic technology-practice adoption by hitting the Interaction Design sweet-spot using Design Thinking – Part 1

Er, what exactly does that mean? and why is it so important? Apologies for the verbose title! My problem is that I am simultaneously trying to shift the conception of what problem we are trying to solve and suggesting a … Continue reading

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Planning, planning, planning (day 2)

Originally posted on Inspire to learn:
Having spent Monday thinking about stakeholders on Tuesday we moved on to start planning projects. Two key challenges I think are common to this are choosing a suitable focus, something that interests you but…

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Starting from the stakeholders (Learning Technologies in Healthcare Education day 1)

Originally posted on Inspire to learn:
A fascinating first day on the module thinking about stakeholders and our ‘technology stories’ Generally I’m a practical learner and want to get into the nitty gritty of designing and building activities so it…

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