My experience on the course
The course was a great way to meet others interested in the subject, experiment with different online spaces, and consider digital education from different perspectives. Sometimes, it was challenging and pushed me out of my comfort zone, such as playing World of Warcraft. However, this was an excellent experience and enabled me to reflect on failure, play, and learning. I thoroughly enjoyed being on the programme – fantastic experience!
What I'm doing now
I’m now an E-Learning Developer. I support a range of online postgraduate programmes and MOOCs and I continue to have interesting conversations with colleagues about digital education.
Connelly, L., & Osborne, N. (2017). Exploring Risk, Privacy and the Impact of Social Media Usage with Undergraduates. Paper presented at ECSM17, Vilnius, Lithuania.
Connelly, L., & Osborne, N. (2016). Student identities in transition: social media experiences, curation and implications for Higher Education. In Sheffield Hallam University - SocMedHE Blog: SocMedHE15 Proceedings.
Haywood, J., Connelly, L., Henderikx, P., Weller, M. & Williams, K. (2015) The changing pedagogical landscape: new ways of teaching and learning and their implications for higher education policy. Luxemburg: European Commission. http://www.research.ed.ac.uk/portal/files/25390803/NC0415435ENN_002.pdf
Connelly, L. (2015) Virtual Buddhism: Online Communities, Sacred Places and Objects. In: Brunn, S. (Ed.): The Changing World Religion Map. Springer.
Connelly, L. (2014) Towards a Typology and Mapping of the Buddhist Cyberspace. In: Grieve, G. and Veidlinger, D. (Eds.): The Pixel in the Lotus: Buddhism, the Internet and Digital Media. New York: London, Routledge.