Self-assertive and integrative tendencies and the connection to the BAD/SET mindsets

I’ve just started reading Capra & Luigi Luisi (2014), in large part because I think that the shift in scientific thinking they apparently describe in the book may have some useful insights for BAD/SET mindsets and trying to understand and improve digital learning. In the first chapter they propose two tendencies – the self-assertive and the integrative – are both […]

The perceived uselessness of the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) for e-learning

Below you will find the slides, abstract, and references for a talk given to folk from the University of South Australia on 1 October, 2015. A later blog post outlines core parts of the argument. Slides Abstract In a newspaper article (Laxon, 2013), Professor Mark Brown described e-learning as a bit like teenage sex. Everyone says they’re doing it but […]

Digital learning: It's déjà vu all over again

Below you will find resources associated with a talk titled “Digital Learning: It’s deja vu all over again”. The slides below are the near final set to be presented at the #dLRN15 conference (abstract available below). Due to time constraints a slightly longer version of the slides has replaced. Abstract The initial steps of my university teaching career commenced in […]