Reflections on November: writing target and poems

Lockdown II: The Return (as I am calling it although I notice that all the cool kids call it Lockdown 2.0, oh well), coincided almost with the beginning of November and I had two biggest projects or shall we say Continue reading Reflections on November: writing target and poems

Trip down memory lane … and finding relevance for today

Recently, I was contacted by the Women Writers Project with regards to a piece I wrote about one of the women writers I studied for my PhD; Margaret Cavendish.  I had written a short introduction many moons ago whilst as Continue reading Trip down memory lane … and finding relevance for today

Improving student learning: it’s not about technology

Last week I was part of a panel presentation session at the HE Expo with Fiona Strawbridge, UCL and Phil Tubman, University of Lancaster. Our brief was to talk about how technology could be used to improve student learning.  Even Continue reading Improving student learning: it’s not about technology