Joining in with The Learning Conversation

pic1The Learning Conversation can be found at and is maintained by the Institute of Education LTSE sub-committee as an online space to share, highlight, celebrate, discuss, problematise, find things out… please join us!

Ways to join in:

If you would like to join in the conversation on Twitter please use #thelearningconversation. These will appear in the Twitter feed.


Several people have asked me about getting started with Twitter. I found this great article from LSE on Twitter for academics- scroll down to download the pdf

#thelearningconversation (our #)

If you would like to leave a question or comment for a contributor, please locate their entry and scroll down until you see – Leave a Reply. If you are not a WordPress user you will be asked to give your email address- this will not appear on the post. If there is a delay in your comment being published it is probably awaiting moderation.


If you would like to be a contributor please email and you will be (re)sent an invitation to create your own blog entries. All IoE colleagues will have received an invitation to be a Contributor. Please let Moira or Dave Wager if you would like your invitation resent or you are outside of IoE but would like to be able to directly post to the blog. There are a number of roles that can be assigned see:

  • “Administrator – nothing is off limits
  • Editor – has access to all posts, pages, comments, categories, tags, and links.
  • Author – can write, upload photos to, edit, and publish their own posts.
  • Contributor – has no publishing or uploading capability, but can write and edit their own posts until they are published
  • Follower (public sites) / Viewer(private sites only) – can read and comment on posts and pages”

If you would like to follow The Learning Conversation you can add your email address –

Further support on how to sign up to follow the blog by email including changing the alert settings so you are not inundated with emails is available at: .


You can interact with our site from your mobile device: see .

Please note all opinions expressed are those of individual contributors. The website contents are publicly available- please consider this when making a contribution.

If you have any difficulties please get in touch with Moira or Dave Wager (LTTU)


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