So though I had snow and cold weather in Berlin last week, it appeared to follow me back and this week was rather chilly.
After a week away, I spent most of the week working from home, catching up on stuff from last week and tidying things up before the Christmas break.
I also spent time doing the final preparations for a meeting next week, which originally was going to be in London, but will now take place online.
I spent some time reflecting on a keynote from Taskeen Adam, Designing Justice-oriented Digital Education, at Moving Target: Digitalisation 2022, which I saw last week in Berlin.
So I wrote up my thoughts and published them on the blog.
I thought this was an excellent thoughtful insight into the challenges universities face in reflecting where they are and where they need to be in relation to edtech and digital education.
My top tweet this week was this one.
My sketch note on the panel discussion Reframing mobility in and for transnational collaboration: Moving beyond the on-site/online divide #MovingTarget2022 pic.twitter.com/pbEmdPZMqF
— James Clay (@jamesclay) December 2, 2022