This blog is maintained by Katy Jordan. I recently completed a PhD at the Institute of Educational Technology at the Open University, UK. My research interests are quite diverse and broadly fall within the intersection of Higher Education and Internet Studies. 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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