“UL Library is going to be a hive of activity with these workshops running for the first few weeks of semester 2 https://t.co/cK05VZCwYl We hope people like what we’re offering and that it chimes with what they asked for in @INDExSurvey @daveymoloney @sharonlflynn #Take1Step https://t.co/CWo04LTfWE”
I’m back in the habit of reading my feed subscriptions at the beginning of every day. I love blogs: posts are typically more longform and thoughtful, and less led by trending topics on social media sites. It’s usually “here’s what I’ve been thinking about lately,” which is lovely. As Kevin Marks says, I can read your thoughts, if you write them down first.
“Enhancing digital capacity on a national scale: Very exciting project being led by @sharonlflynn https://t.co/XFSYrWRZH6 with the support of @MMFitzp at @CTLUL”
“PSA | Just over 2 weeks to go until our MSc in Artificial Intelligence is closed for applications ⌛️
Candidates can gain a full MSc degree in this specialist area through a mixed learning process with an emphasis on practical application in the workplace #StudyAtUL #PostGradAtUL”
“Or letting the river dry up completely by outsourcing to for-profit organisations… #OER19 https://t.co/lupeGudy70”
“I have huge admiration and support for the sabbatical officers of @UL_StudentLife who will mark @UL sanctuary week next week by attempting to live on €38.80 for the week – the same amount afforded to those in direct provision including our sanctuary students #€38.80”
“Some great resources and sharing of ideas on UDL @aheadireland #JourneyToOz @CTLMIC”
This morning I had an idea for a ‘pay it forward‘ blogging/writing challenge.
The premise is simple…once nominated you will be presented with a title or theme with which you can write about. You can write this on whatever medium you like or prefer to use (blog, LinkedIn, Medium, etc.), use the #OpenBlog19 hashtag
“In 1990, I coded up the foundational technologies for the World Wide Web.
To celebrate the web’s 30th birthday, will you add to a crowdsourced Twitter timeline of the web’s milestone moments? https://t.co/7sGBdFyE6Q
To celebrate, Tim Berners-Lee has invited everyone to contribute to a timeline of the web’s milestone moments.