All answers for What topics are you an expert in?
18 of them in learning technologies
Adaptive Assessment and Feedback
Arguing about what constitutes an 'expert'; otherwise: constructions of space
Blackboard virtual learning environment
Blended / Hybrid Learning
Change management. policy/strategy
Coldfusion rapid application development
Computer Based Assessment
E-inclusion; Further Education; Adult Education; Skills for Life; Mobile Learning; Accessibility
E-learning in healthcare education
Enabling lecturers to develop their use of the available elearning tools
Evaluation of learning technologies
General editorial management
I know a bit about mobile technologies
I would never consider myself to be an expert in anything but I am pretty good at tactics for Werder Bremen football team
I'm no expert but I'm happy to share experiences and opinions
Implementation of IT for learning and teaching
Inclusion in business and education
Lecture Capture in HE (well... as much as anyone is... it's all pretty new)
None :-) But I'm quite good at organisation and planning. I have 25 years experience in education
Partcipant response systems.
Pedagogical design of course materials
Pretty nifty in a number of areas but not claiming *expertise* in any. Pedagogy - theory and practice - probably strongest suit.
Probably none. If you've got any questions about limnology
Programme delivery staff support
Remote business networking
Research in educational uses of technology
Running mass scale e-learning platforms
Spanish Language and Culture. Design for Learning in some degree. Listening on a good day
TEL for the development if highly-skilled professionals
Technology Enhanced Learning
Web 2.0 technologies in education
analysis & design methods
but I like a nice bit of jibber-jabber about the politics of it all.
but quite a good learner and doer.
computer vision and computer music
cross-cultural aspects of e-learning
curriculum content delivery
curriculum design & development
disruptive technologies in schools
e-Pedagogic guidance to academic staff
e-assessment for mathematics
e-learning in higher education
educational media in social constructivist paradigms
educational research and educational evaluation
identity and meaning; digital culture; informal learning; digital copyright; curriculum design and development; epistemology
medical and dental eLearning
musical theory or how to make a mean low-fat muffin I'll do my best to answer them...
none - but I have some ideas to share about the topics mentioned above
online teaching and learning
pedagogical models for cross-cultural e-learning
practical instructional design - a practitioner
professional learning and technology; mobile professional learning; ethics of mobile learning
qualitative research methods
rapid application development (.net)
social media in education
sociology of the environment
software development strategy
staff and student evaluations
strategy and IT systems in HE
teaching and collaboration.
teaching and learning in virtual worlds
technologies for teaching
that would be for others to say...
usability and user testing. Plagiarism software and online marking.
use and design VLE content (various) use and production of animation
use of eonline collaborative tools
video and multimedia production
video diaries for students
video produciton and post-production
with specific interest in identity within learning communities