This blog is maintained by Dr Katy Jordan. I currently work as a Research Associate in the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge, where I am also affiliated with Darwin College. Prior to this, I  completed a PhD at the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University, UK. My research interests are quite diverse and broadly encompass various forms of educational technology, in a range of settings. As well as being a blog, this site is intended to be a portfolio of my various skills and achievements from working in the Higher Education sector, in various roles, since 2005.

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  1. Jim bagsh said:

    Hello Dr Jordon. I was trying to contact you about information you posted on the about Mongolia (One Mongolia: Building an open network for education in Mongolia – Sep 2012). Do you know about the current state of OER of Mongolia in 2017-18?


    • Hi Jim! Thanks for getting in touch and apologies for the slow reply – I’ve been on maternity leave so am catching up again with things now. I had sought out the information about One Mongolia and added it to the map because Mongolia was not represented before that. At the moment, I don’t know about Open Education events or initiatives in Mongolia since then – if you happen to find out about any, please do add them to the map though 🙂 Best wishes, Katy


  2. Joseph Bocchi said:

    Can anyone help? I would like to find out the first published use of the phrase “technology-enhanced learning.” I used it in the following article: Bocchi, J.S., F. Weyand & V. Watson. “Technology-Enhanced Learning in Industry and Higher Education: Preliminary Report of a ‘Gap’ Analysis.” The Technology Source. May 1999. I want to know if this is the first time TEL is referenced.


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