Password like its 1999

So yesterday it was revealed that over a thousand government employees in Western Australia are using Password123, and More than 12,000 accounts had passwords with variations of the date and season, such as October17 or Summer17; 6,827 had “123” somewhere in the password; and over 5,000 had different versions of the word “password”. It is […]

Networked Learning Conference presentation: Transforming professional learning through Personal Learning Networks

It has been a long held ambition to attend and participate in the biennial Networked Learning conference. Modelling the open, networked learning practices they research, the conference publishes the papers on their website, and I have used many of them in my thesis research. This year the conference is being held in Zagreb, Croatia, and […]

Questions and Questioning Frameworks

Thanks to the lovely Karen Bonnano and her company Eduwebinar, I was invited to present a webinar focusing on questions and questioning frameworks for inquiry learning. Having had the opportunity to teach Inquiry Learning as part of the Master of Education course at QUT last year, I was more than happy to spend time discussing […]