hoping for insights into why people take photos and what they do with them for my PhD. If you’re happy to help, please leave a comment below with (a) Why you take photos? (b) What you do with photos you’ve taken?
Hi all. I am hoping for some insights into why people take photos and what they do with them. This is to inform some thinking and writing for my PhD. If you’re happy to help, please leave a comment below with
(a) Why you take photos? (b) What you do with photos you’ve taken?
Alternatively, tweet replies with #blendedmem. Any help greatly appreciated, all welcome to comment. Thanks!
For those of you who don’t already know, the New Geographies of Learning project team within the MSc in E-Learning has set out to explore the nature of place and institution for distance learners. Essentially, we are considering what it means to be a student at Edinburgh who is not in Edinburgh, and what insight this gives us into learning design for high quality distance programmes. This project has caught the imagination of others in higher education and we have been asked to share our work at a series of upcoming conferences.
We would like to invite you to be a part of this exciting project as it continues to evolve.
Following an earlier request, we have already received some fantastic ‘postcards’ sent from the different spaces from where members of the MSc community engage with the E-Learning course. These first participants submitted an image and soundclip which we have then made into a short video and attached to our interactive class map.
For those of you who haven’t already participated, we would love you to send your own postcard by submitting a few bits of information into our dropbox on the project website. You don’t need to prepare a video – we will put that together using the image and sound you send us. If you have a difficulty submitting a postcard using the dropbox we’ll be happy to receive the same information by e-mail at email@example.com.
Many thanks to all those that contributed so far and we look forward to seeing the class map evolve as we receive more postcards!
James Lamb and Michael Gallagher (on behalf of the Research Team)