Category Archives: Manifesto for Teaching Online

The Manifesto for Teaching Online 2015

A new version of the 2011 Manifesto for Teaching Online is up at https://onlineteachingmanifesto.wordpress.com/the-text/ As Jen says on the blog: “the manifesto has been an important touchstone for the work of the Digital Education team at the University of Edinburgh, and an excellent source … Continue reading

Posted in Manifesto for Teaching Online | Leave a comment

Manifesto event: Infolit iSchool presentation in Second Life, Tuesday 13 November

Sheila Webber has kindly invited me and the other co-authors of the Manifesto (Jen Ross, Sian Bayne and Hamish Macleod) to a  Sheffield iSchool Centre for Information Literacy Research event. When:  Tuesday 13 November at 8pm UK time (12 noon … Continue reading

Posted in Manifesto for Teaching Online | Tagged | 2 Comments

Update: Transforming Assessment/eAssessment Scotland seminar recording available

Aloha all The recording for my session on ‘Assessment and the Manifesto for Teaching Online’ (23 August 2012) is now available from http://www.transformingassessment.com/events_23_august_2012.php (or jump directly to the Elluminate version here  or the youtube version here). Many thanks to Matthew … Continue reading

Posted in Assessment and Feedback, Manifesto for Teaching Online | 2 Comments

Transforming Assessment webinar: Assessment and the Manifesto for Teaching Online (23 August 2012)

I’m very stoked to be doing a webinar for the Transforming Assessment series (Thursday 23 August, 2012). The webinar is based on the manifesto for teaching online that Jen Ross, Sian Bayne, Hamish Macleod and myself developed as part of … Continue reading

Posted in Assessment and Feedback, Manifesto for Teaching Online | Leave a comment

My accidental Manifesto remix

We’ve had some awesome postcards and posters made up of our Manifesto for Teaching Online.  I haven’t worked out where I want to put my poster, so it’s been sitting rolled up on my bookshelf.  As I was thinking about … Continue reading

Posted in Assessment and Feedback, Manifesto for Teaching Online | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment