Professor Gilly Salmon is CEO and Principal Consultant at Education Alchemists Ltd, in the UK.
Professor Gilly Salmon has been a learning innovator for more than 30 years and is one of the world’s leading thinkers in digital and blended learning.
She researches and publishes widely on the themes of innovation and change in Higher Education and the exploitation of new technologies of all kinds in the service of learning.
She is internationally renowned for her significant contributions to education futures, including research, innovation, programme design, teaching methods, implementation structures and processes and the use of new technologies.
Gilly's speaking at Evasys Student Engagement conference in London on 19th October
New video about e-tivities for 'tradies' Can we build it? (Oh yes we can)
A colleague (who is a 5 stage model fan) asked me to remind you of this v popular video about digital empathy
Peer Enhanced E-PLACEMENT (peep) identified as 'paradigm shift' Click here
A spark to encourage your thinking about sustainability for learning design (6 mins), new video
Booking now for on-location and digital workshops and keynotes for autumn 2023 and beyond: Click here
Five Stage Model in Translation 5 stage Model diagram now in available in Danish
I saw this poem on the London Underground. For me, it's what Carpe Diem design aspires to. Didn't want to lose it.! Click here.
Update on the 5 stage model (thanks to AQUEDUTO) , video.
click for : Five Stage Model in Translation
Another translation is available- this time in Italian.
Click here for new blog about the 5 stage model
New paper published, open journal
equivalance, 5 stage model, transitions
PEEP: Accessibility, Diversity & Sustainability
A conversation with Professor Gilly Salmon and Dr Lisa Taylor
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