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- UNESCO Global Media and Information Literacy week 2017 October 23, 2017The sixth annual Global Media and Information Literacy week gets underway this week, from Wednesday 25th October – Wednesday, 1 November. The Global Media and Information Literacy (MIL) week is led by UNESCO in cooperation with Global Alliance on Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy, UN Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the Media and Informat […]
- Building a case: Former cop on hunt for banker’s murderer October 23, 2017A former police detective looking into the mysterious murder of Nairn banker Alistair Wilson is “building on his case” to find a killer – and has asked for permission to interview his widow Veronica.
- Dream holiday turned into Hanoi nightmare for north-east man October 23, 2017An oil worker dumped in the middle of nowhere by a taxi driver has vowed not to cut his dream holiday short.
- What now for Japan after Abe's landslide election victory? October 23, 2017...it’s like Brexit in the UK. It’s part of a global shift from ... empowerment in health and education, comes last amongst OECD...
- Army insists it has not relaxed drug rules after it is revealed fresh... October 23, 2017...regulation with a focus on education and nurture for new... The move was welcomed by Leap UK, a network of law enforcement...
- Graduates are too 'socially conscious' to become bankers, Teach First... October 22, 2017"The whole idea that the UK's top talent is going into teaching in ... said that the British education has undergone a major...
- Reflecting on Reference Services October 22, 2017A colleague recently invited me to speak in an LIS graduate class she teaches on information services. I was delighted to have the chance to talk with her students; it was even more of a treat since I attended the same graduate program for my MLIS, and the information services course was the very first … Continue reading Reflecting on Reference Services → […]
- Islamophobia Is Not An Imaginary Myth October 22, 2017...terrorist attacks in the UK. However, some claim that these figures ... Islam.This week the UK Office for National Statistics in its...
- Does Australasia lead in the global adoption of learning technologies? October 22, 2017L&D leaders in Australia and New Zealand are 11% more likely to solve problems through the use of learning technologies. The post Does Australasia lead in the global adoption of learning technologies? appeared first on Towards Maturity.
- Book Review: Disrupt This! MOOCs and the Promise of Technology by Karen Head October 22, 2017In Disrupt This! MOOCs and the Promise of Technology, Karen Head draws on a “view from inside” of developing and teaching a first-year writing massive open online course (MOOC) to critically interrogate the claim that such technology will fundamentally “disrupt” educational structures. This is an eloquent and intricate analysis that shows how personal experi […]
- UNESCO Global Media and Information Literacy week 2017 October 23, 2017