The Digital Scholar and rugby

When I started this post, I intended to write about new online books I’d spied while perusing my own links on the right of this page. I’m still doing this, but I shall rapidly divert to rugby – I’ve just returned from a memorable short trip to New Zealand to see the semi-final of the Rugby World Cup between Australia and New Zealand. Continue reading

An open conference on open learning

Glancing to the right in my ‘Blogroll’, you’ll see my favourite educational bloggers: the officially accepted guru Stephen Downes; wise old (well, not that old) Terry Anderson; really old (but wise and indefatiguable) Tony Bates; messianic (with respect to his zeal rather than his spirituality) Zaid Ali Alsagoff; and the ever-engaging Martin Weller. Continue reading