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Opening the doors workshop from Belgium

Opening the doors to visible and connected learning v.2 from Jonathan Shaw   I had the pleasure of being invited to Belgian at the end of November to present a workshop, at KU Leuven University, to colleagues whom are transitioning to a cross campus and multi campus mode of delivery. These are the  workshop slides from that session which reflected… Read more →

Redeye Networking for New Mindsets on Photography

New Mindsets on Photography from Jonathan Shaw     These are the slides from my talk at MediaCity UK for the Redeye Network. It was a great opportunity to meet and talk face to face with a whole new community of photographers, enthusiasts and educators. I apologise for those just joining the conversation here, as I tend to use my… Read more →

‘Two Ways of Life’ Symposium and Portfolio Development Day

Image: Oscar Gustave Rejlander “Two Ways of Life” 1857 Coming up next month… Interested in exploring and discussing analogue/digital or ‘post-photography’ then you might find this event interesting? I will talking about some of the ideas and projects that I have had the privilege to work on over the past few years. This is the first time in a while that… Read more →

A bric-a-brac approach to arts and media education!?

A bric-a-brac approach to arts & media education!? from Jonathan Shaw Friday 20th September 2013 Media Education Summit, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK Abstract When faced with a broken and out of date methodology, structure and systems, how do we as academics find our purpose, value and relevance within the 21st Century classroom or perhaps a more relevant question should… Read more →

OpenMedia Classes

OpenMedia Classes from Jonathan Shaw   Shaun Hides & Jonathan Shaw Presented at the Digital Humanities Summer School, KU Leuven, Belgium 19th September 2013 The Coventry Open Media Class project grew out of the Open Media philosophy and approach that the Department of Media at Coventry University has adopted over the last four years. It is intended to capture a… Read more →

Opening the doors to visible and connected learning

Opening the doors to visible and connected learning from Jonathan Shaw   12th September PEDARE Conference 2013, Falmouth University, UK Opening the doors to visible and connected learning In 2011 Peter Norvig and Sebastian Thrun at Stanford University shook up educational institutions by opening their doors to their ‘Introduction to Artificial Intelligence’ interactive MOOC (Massively Open Online Class). Two years… Read more →