Por fin acab’o!!!
I think that all of us finish this term course on sunday (at least the IDEL11 students).
I don’t know how many of you are based in Scotland but I wonder if we could have an end-of-term social gathering in Edinburgh.
It would be nice if our tutors could also attend and we could talk each other face-to-face (Dreyfuss 2003 🙂
I was thinking of a nice caf’e or so around the main campus in George Square. For me, the best days are Thursday or Friday evening, after 6:00 p.m.
Let me know what you thin about the gathering.
I have created a Doodle so that we can decide the most convenient date for all of us:
Mari Cruz Garc’ia.
A very interesting job related to the master:
University of Edinburgh
Institute for Education, Community and Society: Lecturer in E-Learning
Applications are invited for the position of Lecturer in E-Learning. You will have academic experience at post-doctoral level including established contributions to teaching and research, preferably underpinned by professional contributions to policy and/or practice.
You will enhance the existing team by developing research-led teaching, undertaking research in an area related to e-learning and supervising research students. You will make a significant contribution to the research profile of the group by securing research grants and by publishing and disseminating high quality research outputs commensurate with the Schools Education entry to the 2014 REF.
Just a quick reminder that we’ll be opening the wiki space for the SWO project manifesto – currently called “teaching online: a modest proposal” – on Monday, and are inviting all students on the MSc (past and present) to contribute your ideas, questions and comments to it.
The wiki space will be located within the Holyrood Park wiki at http://holyroodpark.pbworks.com.
If you’re free on Thursday evening (21 April), please also join us in Second Life for a discussion about the wiki activity – 8pm UK time.
All the details are on the events page.
Hope to see you online next week!
‘Back to Free School: Drawing out the archive’ public event at Kilqhanity free school in Galloway on Friday 15th April.
Participants in this residential ‘symposium’ will be displaying outcomes from a week long consideration of ‘free’ school methodology. Friday 15th April will be open to the public, with food, drinks and live music. All welcome.
During April Routledge are offering free access to their entire education Journal collection of over 200 titles.
Click here to start browsing all Routledge Education journals!
Pass it on to your friends and colleagues.