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04 FEBRUARY 2019

Graham Gibbs: Learning by Doing

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1988 • action planning • analysing • Birmingham City University • Birmingham Polytechnic • Bob Farmer • collaborative project • concluding • cycle of learning • cyclical sequence of activities • David Jaques • describing • Diana Eastcott • evaluating • experiential learningfeeling • gibbs reflective cycle • Graham Gibbsiterative cycleiterative process • John Alexander • John Covell • John Cowan • learning and teachinglearning by doing • learning experiences • learning modellearning theory • Oxford Brookes University • Oxford Polytechnic • Paula McGee • reflective analysisreflective learnerreflective learning • reflective learning cycle • reflective model • teaching and learning methods • theory and practice • Tony Kelly • Trevor Habeshaw • UK • University of Gloucestershire

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Simon Perkins
25 NOVEMBER 2018

A Preliminary Design for a 3-D Spatial User Interface for Internet Gopher (1993)

"This paper describes the beginnings of an exploratory design project: its aim is to sketch out a starting point for the design of a 3-D spatial interface to a large, internet-based information system, and to capture some of the initial design rationale. After this, we intend to refine the design, implement it, make it freely available over the internet, and observe the reactions to and usage of the interface. "

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3D • early internet • gopher • VR

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David Rogerson
24 NOVEMBER 2018

WWWTXT: Revisit the early Internet (1980-94)

"I’m thinking about my dream of the VR Internet again. ?93APR"

"In 1995, commercialization, a swelling population, and the multimedia revolution began to shape Web 1.0 and the modern Internet. 1980–94 represent the final years of a much smaller, non-commercial, and text-dominated Internet.

The users of this era were not only programmers, physicists, and university residents—they were also tinkerers, early-adopters, whiz kids, and nerds. Their conversations and documents—valiantly preserved by digital archivists—are fractured across numerous services, increasingly offline-only, and incredibly voluminous (100GB+).

wwwtxt digs deep and resurrects the voices of these digital pioneers as unedited, compelling, and insightful 140-character excerpts."

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early internet • internet • internet culture • wwwtxt

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David Rogerson
09 NOVEMBER 2018

Designing Research for Qualitative Data Analysis

"Qualitative data analysis aims to make sense of the abundant, varied, mostly nonnumeric forms of information that accrue during an investigation. As qualitative researchers, we reflect not only on each piece of data by itself but also on all the data as an integrated, blended, composite package. Increasingly, qualitative researchers are participants in interdisciplinary, mixed-methods research teams for which analytic and interpretive processes are necessarily complementary, distinct, clearly articulated, and critical to the larger investigation. We search for insight, meaning, understanding, and larger patterns of knowledge, intent, and action in what we generate as data. Approaching this task in a responsive, inductive, transparent, yet systematic way demands our best balance of good science, appropriate rigor and quality, and openness to unanticipated findings. Many qualitative studies now include multiple sources of data, including narrative or textual and visual (e.g., photographs, videos, creative works and art, and theatric or performative components) information for analysis. Thorne (2008) describes the analytic process as moving 'from pieces to patterns' (p. 142) through the activities of organizing, reading and reviewing mindfully, coding, reflection, thematic derivation, and finding meaning."

(Jennifer B. Averill)

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activities of organising • analytic process • analytic processes • data analysis • from pieces to patterns • inductive enquiry • information for analysis • interdisciplinary research • interpretive processes • looking for pattern within data • mixed methods research • multiple sources of data • nursing • nursing research • nursing research practice • pattern of meaning • patterns of action • patterns of intent • patterns of knowledgepatterns of meaningqualitative analysisqualitative data analysis • qualitative data analysis approaches • qualitative data analysis methods • qualitative data analysis techniques • qualitative research techniquequalitative researchersqualitative studiesreadingresearch design • reviewing mindfully • running the interview process • Sally Thorne • sensemakingsystematic approachthematic analysisthematic codingthematic patterns

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Simon Perkins
05 SEPTEMBER 2018

Wildish Bambino: This is the TV

Wildish Bambino's This is the TV. 2018. BBC One, The Lenny Henry Birthday Show. 22 August 2018, 4 minutes.

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2018 • BAME • BBC • BME • British comedy • Childish Gambino • comedyinnovationintertextuality • Lenny Henry • LGBTold mediaparodytelevision heritagetelevision industry • The Lenny Henry Birthday Show • This Is America (2018) • TVUKUK Television • Wildish Bambino • YouTube

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Simon Perkins
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