Tony Reeves

Name: Tony Reeves. Role: Learning Technologist. Other role: jazz pianist & composer. Interests: social learning, electronica, online communities, bebop, communities of practice, jazz, networked learning and connectivism. This blog is where I record all the interesting articles and compositions that help me on my journey. Feel free to browse - hopefully you'll find something that'll help you too... [HTML] [XML] Last Updated: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 10:58:59

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Managing technology to transform teaching
Tony Reeves, techtrees, Oct 27, 2011
Following a discussion examining the point at which institutions are prepared to embrace the use of technology to transform teaching, this response by Glenis Joyce provided a useful summary of the challenges that institutions face. Glenis also provided a link to the article Awake at the Wheel: Moving Beyond Change Management to Conscious Change Leadership. Thu, 27 Oct 2011 10:08:00 +0000 [Comment]

And so it begins... #change11
Tony Reeves, techtrees, Sept 20, 2011
Having already been a naughty student and missed the orientation week, I've been doing my best to catch up this weekend and prepare myself for the #change11 MOOC. The resources provided by the facilitators have been very helpful in presenting a concept of what we're dealing with but I get a sense that this is only the beginning! Following Stephen's advice on defining expectations I'm going to begin by aiming to have meaningful discussions with peers around the topic ... Mon, 19 Sep 2011 00:06:00 +0000 [Comment]

From 'Command and Control' to 'Encourage and Engage'
Tony Reeves, techtrees, Sept 20, 2011
This presentation by Jane Hart explores the tension between institutional learning/IT systems and an increasing need for employees to seek their own solutions from personal knowledge networks. It is interesting as it highlights the growing trend towards learner autonomy and lifelong learning. From "Command & Control" to "Encourage & Engage" View more presentations from Jane Hart Mon, 19 Sep 2011 08:34:00 +0000 [Comment]

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