Recorded at Basement Snaxx, an underground coffee shop in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. The episode features a poet called Hester Dowling performing, and also Pip with a poem about technology. We also interview Amelia, organiser of the Open Mic event called Namaste a While.
Gasta talks allow presenters 5 minutes, and 5 minutes only to speak, which means being economical with your words and getting to the point. In his unique style Tom creates buzz and energy by getting the audience to help count in and count out the presenters so they keep to time. Gasta has been running at ALT-C for the past few years and we continue our chat with him by asking what Gasta means and how to run one.
Tom's blog - https://farrellytom.wordpress.com/
Interview with Tom Farrelly (1 of 2) who's passionate about helping educators use technology to help learning rather than using technology for the sake of using technology. His recent research involves tracking open access publishing in a selection of hybrid Educational Technology journal articles. What types of open access are most common and how 'open' are Free (aka Bronze open access) journal articles?
In this experimental TEL Tale Pip's on holiday... with no WiFi. It's like being in 1995 all over again (if you're old enough to remember;). What should Pip do?
1 - Alligators
2 - New Orleans Museum
3 - Voodoo Museum
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Pip talks to Sasha Korniak, Agile SCRUM technical ninja and all round awesome person. He's had a varied career and discussions include how technology has helped him with his dyslexia, his top five future technology trends and more!
In this MicroMentions episode Pip interviews James Ortega, Learning Technologist. We discuss our favourite tech tools, how we became Learning Technologists, what advice to give to anyone wanting to get into Learning Technology, the main challenges facing Learning Technologists and the future of Learning Technology
Femedtech - what is it and why is Pip involved this month (Aug 19)? Also Neil is working with a student to produce a marketing video and a seamless transition to discussing Alan Turing.