I’ve got a doppelgänger: he’s sitting opposite me.
We’re on a see-saw.
At the moment I’m trying to get on with a Tutor Marked Assignment (H800, Masters in Open and Distance Education).
I’ll be writing on the tutor and learner choices in relation to:
- Visualisation of Learning Designs
- New Technologies in Learning (mobile)
while weaving in
- Debates on the credibility/value of calling a generation ‘Digital Natives’ or some such.
My doppelgänger is at work and eager for me to dip repeatedly into Linkedin.
There is some urgency here for me to identify and research a number of Open University Business School stories, always extraordinary narratives, in this case outside the UK. I’m using Linkedin to get in touch with the many associate lecturers who support our learning programme around the world.
So a bit of both.
By Tuesday I need to have the TMA written and would hope even to have a couple of stories coming through. (It may be Sunday morning but I’ve had one Associate Lecturer already reply).
What is the compulsion for some of us to use Social Media?
I wonder if it is the easy reward? I like listening to people’s stories and we as humans love to tell tales. Personally is is low levels of dopamine in my mind that favours the novelty of the new relationship as it forms?