Getting up at 05:00 is not my idea of fun. Nor is driving to Newcastle, and getting lost before attending a workshop on; Accessibility and Usability & Your Website, organised by Netskills. Accessibility is a general term used to describe the degree to which a product (e.g., device, service, environment) is accessible by as many […]
We’re moving some websites to a new server. Hi has already been done except for the databases and this post is actually a test to see if the blogs have moved over successfully! Let us know if you see any odd behaviour! The move will bring several sites onto newer hardware which may make them […]
My attempt yesterday to semi-live blog was scuppered by an obscure problem with my laptop so you’ll have to survive with my four-day-old memories of the conference! Picking up from where I left off – after welcomes from Mark Flinn and Alison Mackenzie and an introduction from Mark Schofield we went into the first keynote […]
Today I’m at SOLSTICE’s third annual conference, subtitled eLearning and Learning Environments for the Future. Mark Schofield introduced the conference: The key aim today is to collectively contribute to the rowing agenda and generation of knowledge at this University and in the international community. I’m going to attempt some semi-live blogging so check back for […]
Well, kind of! Pingdom’s monitoring shows that the main Edge Hill website has 100% uptime for May. A couple of our other sites had some downtime, but availability of our web services has generally been very good. So congratulations to everyone involved! P.S. Happy Regular Expression Day for yesterday!
Recharged by all I could eat from Newcastle’s finest only Mongolian-Chinese restaurant (it was very good) I headed back to the Art Works Galleries for day two of BarCampNorthEast. I caught the second half of Tom Morris’ session on Citizendium. It’s like Wikipedia but with stricter editing rules and obligatory disclosure of editor’s real names. […]