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stevenwarburton
Wellington, New Zealand
Assistant Vice-Chancellor, Victoria University of Wellington, NZ.
Interests: Design patterns and pattern languages; Learning Analytics; Digital Transformation; Participatory Design; Mobile and Flexible Study; Social Software; Theories of Knowledge; Networks and Communities; VR/AR & 3D immersive environments.
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Never a better time? We have just launched a new MOOC on Ethical Leadership. Leaders committed to an ethical approach have never been more important in a changing world that has come to be marked by low levels of trust,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2019 at Liquid Learning
Excited to have our latest Massive Open Online Course on New Zealand - landscape as culture completed (NZ102x). This follows our first bicultural New Zealand MOOC on the subject of "Islands". This second course invites participants to learn about New... Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2018 at Liquid Learning
I recently had the pleasure of organising and chairing the InFocus Learning Analytics event at the University of London. This is part of an ongoing series of special one day events that take an in-depth look at an emerging area... Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2018 at Liquid Learning
stevenwarburton has shared their blog Liquid Learning
Mar 3, 2016
Two new online professional development courses launched at Surrey: Designing Technology Enhanced Learning – a learning design studio approach (FHEQ Level 7 - 15 credits) Use a design methodology to solve novel educational challenges relevant to your particular context. Develop... Continue reading
Posted Jul 28, 2015 at Liquid Learning
The 'InFocus' symposium has become one of the annual events now run by the Centre for Distance Education. This is the third event that I have helped organise and chair and I am really pleased to be sharing this event... Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2015 at Liquid Learning
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The Centre for Distance Education funded 'Design Patterns for MOOCs' project has been running for one year. In that time four workshops have been run using the participatory patterns workshop methodology. These have taken a group of expert MOOC designers... Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2015 at Liquid Learning
It was a pleasure to return to the EDEN conference after a few years of absence and catch up with people I had not seen for some time. The trip to Zagreb was the perfect opportunity to disseminate the recent... Continue reading
Posted Mar 3, 2015 at Liquid Learning
Working in the field of distance education is a challenging one. Not simply because we are now debating the nature of what DL means or has to offer in a highly connected world where open access to a variety of... Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2012 at Liquid Learning
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Have just finished chairing the 2012 iteration of the annual CDE conference - this year with an extended title of Research and Innovation in Distance Education and eLearning. The title was perhaps the most radical change in our one-day conference... Continue reading
Posted Oct 22, 2012 at Liquid Learning
Back from a flying visit to the Society for Research into Higher Education conference. Two papers were accepted for presentation, the first on the real opportunities for virtual worlds in HE and the second on formative assessment (FA) practices. The... Continue reading
Posted Dec 12, 2009 at Liquid Learning
Call for proposals deadline: November 30th 2009 Full chapters by: January 30th 2010 Over the past year I have been exploring the impact of new media and emerging technologies on understandings of digital (or online) under the Eduserv funded Rhizome... Continue reading
Posted Sep 18, 2009 at Liquid Learning
Thanks for the comment - and no - never too late :) Interesting link, and I liked the reference the post makes to Paul Taylor's 2005 article "From hackers to hacktivists: speed bumps on the global superhighway" in relation to the comments about "hacktivism" restoring a reflexive relation to technology and opening up black boxes.