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A personal history of ed tech: 10. Why I emigrated to Canada

 Listen to Post I am writing an autobiography, mainly for my family, but it does cover some key moments in the development of open and...

A personal history: 9 The Northern Ireland Troubles and bun hurling at Lakehead University

I am writing an autobiography, mainly for my family, but it does cover some key moments in the development of open and online learning....

A personal history: 8. The start of the digital revolution

1985 was a significant year for me. I got my first desk-top computer and discovered the Internet. The state of technology in 1984 It is hard...

A personal history: 7. Distance education in Canada in 1982

I am writing an autobiography, mainly for my family, but it does cover some key moments in the development of open and online learning....

A personal history: 4: Some educational technologies in the 1980s

Image: Bob Fuller, 1985 I am writing an autobiography, mainly for my family, but it does cover some key moments in the development of open...

A personal history: 3. What I learned from Open University summer schools

I am writing an autobiography, mainly for my family, but it does cover some key moments in the development of open and online learning....

A personal history: 2. Researching the BBC/Open University broadcasts

I am writing an autobiography, mainly for my family, but it does cover some key moments in the development of open and online learning....

AI comes to my web site – meet Tonybots

  Resistance is futile First made popular by the Daleks in the BBC series Dr. Who in the 1960's (sorry, Star Trek fans), this phrase reflects...

Some reflections on the future of open and distance education following ICDE conference

The ICDE 2023 conference in Costa Rica has prompted me to think about the future of open and distance education. I want to go...

Day 3 at ICDE – and thoughts on the future of DE

  Yesterday was the third and final day of the ICDE conference. This post will focus solely on the last day's presentations. I will do...