My eLearning Philosophy (After)

Posted by Hugh on May 27, 2015 in ePortfolio, Professional Development, Reflection |

My experience as a result of this programme, both as a learner and Trainer who develops courses, has increased my conviction that eLearning is the future for my Department (Department of Agriculture Food and Marine) but changes need to be made. The introduction of tools to allow us to engage and work collaboratively with students will provide a […]

Protected: Artifact Demonstration

Posted by Hugh on May 26, 2015 in ePortfolio, Project |

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My final ePortfolio presentation

Posted by Hugh on May 26, 2015 in Uncategorized |

Here is a link to my final presentation of my eportfolio.        


Journal choice

Posted by Hugh on May 22, 2015 in Project |

I decided to choose the European Journal of Training and Development for my Journal. The journal aims to provide all those involved in training with ideas, news, research findings, case examples and discussion on training and development. Every issue of the journal puts the reader right in the midst of the latest thinking. Whatever the area of interest […]


Technologies I have used

Posted by Hugh on May 19, 2015 in ePortfolio |



Data analysis

Posted by Hugh on May 5, 2015 in Project |

I had to analyse data form my Online Survey and Focus Groups. Online Survey I received a very good analytic report from Google Form giving some very nice pie and bar charts for the likert style questions and a lot of good information from the open questions, see Survey and Questionnaire Design post for more detail. […]


Qualitative Data – Triangulation

Posted by Hugh on May 1, 2015 in Lit Review, Project |

Triangulation is the method of viewing things from more than one perspective (Denscombe, 2010) and can help cross checking of more than one source of data in a study (Bryman, 2012; Bell, 2010). Triangulation takes multiple sources of information and maps one one set of data onto another to give a more comprehensive, accurate representation […]


Qualitative Data – Coding

Posted by Hugh on May 1, 2015 in Lit Review, Project |

Qualitative data collected from my focus groups has to be analysed and interpreted to establish the common patterns throughout (Miles et. al., 2014; Creswell, 2013; Buchanan & Bryman, 2012; Flick, 2007). This is referred to as coding or categorising (interchangeable terms) and is a key stage in qualitative research (Bryman, 2012) and the categories must be applicable […]

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