Curating and Communicating (part 1)

This is the first of 2 blog posts I wrote for the sedasig blog.

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Mapping practice

This is the first of two blog posts based on a poster I presented at the SEDA conference in November 2012. This poster in turn originated from a request on the SEDA JISCmail list for colleagues to share what they were doing in terms of ‘e-routes to disseminating and sharing good practice among teaching staff’. I replied with a summary of what I was doing in the Teaching and Learning Development Unit (TLDU) at Sussex, and agreed to meet up to talk it through. Trying to explain the interconnected elements of our resources and communications began to make it a bit clearer to me how the different parts worked together (or not). But it still felt a bit like spaghetti. The conference poster and these blog posts are attempts to unravel it further.

When developing the poster, I began to think about which models / concepts might best…

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