Future of Assessment in Higher Education group, continues from 2019.
Virtual Teams blog posts
I have also continued to blog together with my colleague Martin Hawksey about all things leading a virtual team. Given that this was the year of the great migration to home working, this series has been more relevant than ever before and I am glad that we were able to keep blogging through the ups and downs of 2020.
Virtual Teams: moving parts – This month we start our third year as a virtual team and we talk about the ups and downs of moving house as home workers, how to give yourself a break during times of upheaval and supporting each other.
Leading Virtual Teams? Homeworking? Is there something you'd like us to discuss? After 3 years of blogging #virtualTeams, 35+ posts & podcasts… 320 comments… 65,000 words, @mhawksey and I are preparing a very special podcast – the final instalment of our series! pic.twitter.com/34EQ0gnU0d
At the start of the year, in the early days of January, I started a creative project to get drawing and thinking more, blogging in a non-work capacity about all kinds of things: you can have a read here.
On the #ds106radio airwaves
Not much blogging, but I could be found on DS106 Radio most Sunday evenings this year alongside friends from Canada, Tannis and Anne-Marie, playing tunes and chatting about edtech, lockdown living and femedtech.
It’s been great to connect with people all across the world via online radio and I am super grateful that I have been able to discover and connect with this community during 2020.