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Ross Anderson
I found Peter's presentation at the conference very inspiring. Using technology in learning is a personal choice but this is determined by the culture or attitude that resides within that person or teacher. Learners require a degree of personalisation within learning and be able to make choices for themselves about how they want to learn. Community learning allows learners to adopt a role they are comfortable with and in many cases these roles compliment others and thus can help provide a more authentic learning experience. But at some point we all must teeter between both standardiser and creative, dont we?
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Christine Comrie
I think Peter acknowledged that in his address. The key thing is to be aware of the creative approach, even when you're having to 'wear the tie', and try and forge those creative opportunities where you can.
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Mark Ayton
For Peter Shukie's presentations slides and more about the RSC HE Conference 2013, including links to a downloadable pdf summary of the papers presented and presentation slides from the other presenters, visit the RSC Blog here: http://jiscrsc.jiscinvolve.org/wp/2013/02/technology-higher-education/
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Ali-Marie Ladwa
I thoroughly enjoyed Peter's presentation at the conference. It was timely for me, because I think many of us in the teaching and learning/elearning community have for some time now been grappling with the surge in interest in tools and technologies, gadgets and wizardry in a bid to find out where the pedagogy lies in it all. Peter Shukie's talk furthered that debate for me, and gave some really interesting avenues for where a solution might lie.
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