About me

About  this blog:

  • digital innovation,
  • education,
  • knowledge networking,
  • pedagogy,
  • professional learning,
  • teacher-librarianship,
  • and technology –

but only covering such aspects that interlink with others in this list!

I don’t claim to know it all, for, after all, there is too much to know! I don’t claim to cover it all  – unfortunately I’m only human! You can read more about me here.

You can read more of my opinions below. If you like what you can see, you can share with others – collaboration is so enriching.

If you disagree, we can have a discussion. Discussion and debate help refine and improve ideas.

I take these tenets into my classrooms and my library every day.

Now that my final assessment for my Master of Education (Knowledge Networks and Digital Innovation) through Charles Sturt University has been graded, my blog posts from the course have been imported to this blog – see below. Previously, you could read them here.

I will gradually move all the links across to interlink within this site, as I am assuming that I will lose access to my CSU Thinkspace by the end of the year.

INF537 begins

This is the capstone that will bring everything together. From the material accessible so far it seems to be different (as one would expect), challenging and potentially very fulfilling. Right now, at the start of a busy school term the amount of reading looks rather large. With the rain has come poorer Internet connectivity and there are online colloquiums looming and YouTube clips to watch. The early days could provide a degree of fearfulness! I am telling myself to be positive and it will all unfold as planned. Let’s hope so.


Knowledge Networking for Educators:

Another semester begins and a new subject beckons, for me it is the penultimate unit. I am looking forward to the new learning that will ensue; ongoing networking with previously “met” comrades: Julie Lindsay and Heather Baillie and others yet to reveal themselves from previous subjects; and networking with new people as yet unknown to me. Let the knowledge networking begin!