My name is Sarah Honeychurch.  I’m a Good Practice Adviser at the University of Glasgow and I have a PhD in Education with the title The emergence of participatory learning: authenticity, serendipity and creative playfulness.

I have a BA and a Masters in Philosophy from the university of Southampton, I love Doctor Who  (I’ve written a chapter on Dalek Ethics with my husband, Niall Barr, I knit a lot, doodle a bit, play bad uke and I enjoy mixing and remixing digital media, especially in communities such as #CLMooc and #DS106

I say something about the name of my blog here.

My blog is shared under a CC-BY-SA-NC licence, meaning that anybody is free to use my words. But, if you are a researcher, I’d appreciate you letting me know that you are doing so. I’m easy to find on Twitter.

2 Responses to About

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  2. AR says:

    yo, enjoyed findin ur blog, n h/t on this which i totally cribbed 😉
    thnx n keep up the good stuff

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