Telling TELIC stories: celebrating practice in a learning community
Keywords:storytelling, community, professional practice
AbstractIn 2013 I completed my masters dissertation and I graduated. My research was on digital storytelling in an organisation, JISC Netskills, entitled ‘Becoming a storytelling organisation’ and I submitted my dissertation as an online blog. I was asked by Sheffield Hallam University to develop an online resource of stories for the masters in Technology Enhanced Learning, Innovation and Change (TELIC) professional community. This paper tells the story of what happened next.
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