November 2010

November is always a busy time and this month I will be leading workshops about CMALT at the Natspec/JISC TechDis event Significant Progress at inspection: the role of technology in supporting ISCs in York at the Higher Education Academy as well as continuing work on some other projects and publications. 
The cemeteryscapes blog has received a high increase in readers, so if you are interested in submitting a guest contribution, now is the time. Just visit the blog for more details. 
On my personal blog you can also read some Thoughts on Education (Standing out from the crowd in 4,000 unformatted characters…) and read about my life-long addiction toSherlock Holmes. 

October 2010

It’s October and the start of Michaelmas term proper this week. Which means that all kinds of lectures, seminars a
nd similar gatherings which I am looking forward to are starting again. Autumn is my favourite time of year and the thrills of new pencils, notepads and books delights me just as much now as they did when I first went to university. Last week’s crop of Oxford’s charity book shops included Flaubert’sSentimental Education, Love in Cold Climate by Nancy Mitford and Jenny Uglow’s A Little History of British Gardening. New reading matter in hand I say “autumn, here I come”. 
N.B. Book reviews to follow… . 

September 2010

Just returned from ALT-C 2010 and had a very emjoyable conference. Information about sessions, awards and other activities I had the priviledge to be involved in, is available via the conference website. This picture was taken at 6.08am outside the campus accommodation while going to breakfast. 

July 2010

This News section of the website will be updated every month with news relating to my activities.

This month: gardening and early veg harvest, launch of this website and writing a few articles for publication this autumn.