Monthly Archives: February 2015

Analysing for interest

I found three recent IJAD articles on the topic of academic development and educational technology – all from 2013; notably none in the last 12 months. I used them to start thinking about the assumptions that the journal’s readership might … Continue reading

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Titles titles titles

While I had kind of finished reading Chapter two of Rowena Murray’s Writing for Academic Journals (still no explanation for the coconut on the front cover), I hadn’t actually done any of the activities suggested, so here goes. What’s my title … Continue reading

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An epiphany

The recent increase in my engagement with politics has coincided with reading certain texts on society and social justice. It’s difficult to say how one might be influencing the other; I suspect it’s a two-way thing. I’m this far (pink … Continue reading

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