Visual Thinkery uncovers insight amongst dialogue. We work with individuals and organisations, commonly in the areas of Education, Technology and Business, in order to develop an aesthetic, articulate ideas, define strategies, or craft visual communications. Our process is collaborative, open, and very visual. (Oh – and we’re big fans of ALT!)
Founded in 2011, Wonkhe (pronounced wonky) is the home of higher education wonks: those who work in and around universities and anyone interested and engaged in higher education policy, people and politics.
Our mission is to improve policymaking in higher education and provide a platform for the new or previously unheard voices and perspectives in the sector.
Wonkhe is not partisan and not aligned to any particular policies, politics or interests. Wonkhe does not have its own editorial view – our voice is represented only through our many different contributors and their diverse ideas and perspectives.
Our articles bring together leading debate, analysis and commentary across a range of themes. Our jobs board provide the community with the latest positions in the sector. Our events bring the sector together to explore higher education themes and drive professional development in HE.
More at http://wonkhe.com/
EDEN 2018 Annual Conference
17-20 June 2018, Genova, Italy
The Call for Contributions is Open. Submission deadline for contributions: 5 February 2018
Exploring the Micro, Meso and Macro:Navigating between dimensions in the digital learning landscape
Pressure is on all players of the online education community to keep up with new learning solutions, and better supply the skills currently demanded by growing economies. Digital credentials and open badges are the new currencies which are beginning to transform the economic models in education. Social and economic tensions continue to raise the issues of scalability, the micro-credentialing of education, training and skill development processes.
Micro, meso and macro aspects provide an interesting range of lenses for considering the problem. Navigating these dimensions are the reshaping of digital pedagogy and online instructional design; and social elements including digital societal mechanisms and the position of the individual in our new era. Read more…
We need renowned reflections of practice that support paradigm-changing transformations based on systematic knowledge.
Join the Conference in Genova to tellabout your research, projects and experience!
Networking and interactivity, sharing and discussion will be core aspects of the conference experience, focusing on what you can learn from and with your peers.
For more details on the conference, please visit the conference website.