Ada Lovelace Day – and why it’s important – archive post from 13/10/2015

Happy Ada Lovelace Day to you all! Founded in 2009, the purpose of the day is to celebrate inspirational women in science, technology, maths and engineering STEM) in order to inspire more girls and women into these areas. Though she is just as famous for being Lord Byron’s daughter, Ada Lovelace became a prodigy in maths andContinue reading “Ada Lovelace Day – and why it’s important – archive post from 13/10/2015”

We should all be digital champions – archive post from 02/10/2015

The need for more flexible options for learning and professional development was the driver for the surge in the number of blended learning courses followed closely by MOOCs and COOCs. This has also had the additional benefit of opening up education and training to new learner groups who may have been excluded previously – those inContinue reading “We should all be digital champions – archive post from 02/10/2015”