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Being a Connected Educator

Teachers and Learners need to not only be well connected but also be provisioned with well-chosen tools that enable genuine collaboration, communication, creativity and innovation – ie to open up new and different ways of learning to occur (p36 NZ Curriculum). 98 more words

Professional Standard: Design For Learning 2018

Titling creative work - innovation and agency

As someone with a strong producer self-identity, I think crafting titles can be a useful way of capturing the essence of what you are trying to do and give you focus. 621 more words

BYOD

Learning through Co-production #MELSIG_SHU

Learning through co-production makes sense to me. It suggests a form of purposeful, active learning with peers. This is the approach we are taking at the next Media-Enhanced Learning Special Interest Group (MELSIG) event in Sheffield on 21st June. 436 more words

BYOD

Threat Vectors - Part I - Internal

This is the first in a two part series to look at the various threat vectors.  A threat vector is a way that a hacker can get to your computer and it’s data.  933 more words

Cyber Security - General

Part 11 – Configure Microsoft Intune – Mobile Application Management Without Enrollment

Time for something different. I want to write about the MAM functionality on a Windows 10 bring your own device (BYOD). This device will not be enrolled into MS Intune but based on without enrollment. 872 more words

Intune

Work period

Before Class Preparation:

  • Review requirements and presentation on the Assignment page
  • BYOD laptop to continue to update your blog

In Class Activity:

  • Complete missing blog entries for your portfolio, start thinking about what you will submit for final assessment next week.
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