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Donald H Taylor
Learning, technology, performance. Chairs LPI and Learning Technologies. FLPI
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Donald H Taylor 2h
Replying to @sara_sarpi
I would totally own one if a) I didn't live in London and b) I wasn't too lazy to exercise it 2 or 3 times a day 😁
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Donald H Taylor 4h
Feeling glum? I recommend this video of a Border Collie watching a video of herself
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Kenidra4Humanity ~ BLACK LIVES MATTER ~ Jun 2
It has come to my attention that many allies are using hashtag w black image on insta. We know that’s it no intent to harm but to be frank, this essentially does harm the message. We use hashtag to keep ppl updated. PLS stop using the hashtag for black images!!
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Craig Taylor 20h
Yaaaay! My channel achieved 250,000 views on June 02, 2020! Track and celebrate your own success today for free with
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Hannah White Jun 1
Apparently the govt will whip its MPs tomorrow to vote for its motion abolishing remote voting on the basis that it is essential for govt business to restore in person sittings, & that a vote for the procedure committee amendments is a vote against getting Brexit done...
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Greg Brewer Jun 1
As a bishop in the Episcopal Church, and an American citizen, I am shaken watching protestors in Lafayette Park gassed and cleared so that the President of the United States can do a photo op in front of St. John's Episcopal Church holding a Bible.This is blasphemy in real time.
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Priyamvada Gopal Justice For George Floyd NOW Jun 1
When I first came to Britain from America the thing that astonished me, specifically comparing university campuses was the bizarre combination of complete silence on race & sneering at America for being backward on racism.
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Donald H Taylor Jun 1
Sarah Kendzior has consistently predicted events in the US. Follow her on Twitter and read her books. They are not only well researched, they are beautifully written.
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Donald H Taylor Jun 1
Have just discovered The Furst Georgians by on As always, sharply intelligent, charming and extremely well told.
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Michelle Ockers May 31
Looking for recommendation for podcast guest - from outside of L&D - who can speak with credibility on the impact of pandemic on - and will not expect a fee to be on podcast. Part of new series exploring shifts in work and implications for learning
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Donald H Taylor Jun 1
Replying to @JohnWest_JAWS
I agree with your logic, but sadly I'm not the Home Office. Here's the case that I'm drawing on: I'm not an expert and I'm happy to be shown to be wrong.
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Donald H Taylor Jun 1
Replying to @JohnWest_JAWS
Pretty sure you have to have been born there.
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Sandra Pearson Jun 1
Covid-19:Questions of conscience and duty for scientific advisers Powerful article “But what happens when the government’s integrity no longer matches your personal or professional integrity?” Difficult dilemma for CMO and CSO ⚖️
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Lars Schmidt - #BLM Jun 1
I’m working to educate myself more on racism, system inequities, and black experience. As I come across resources that are helpful I’ll share them for anyone who’s interested.
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Donald H Taylor Jun 1
And the Daily Hate and the slogans and the rewriting of history...
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Donald H Taylor Jun 1
I'm currently rereading 1984 and I find the parallels horrifying.
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John West 🖤 🕯 May 31
Free to view Telegraph poll on Cummings. Get on and vote ASAP A little amp?
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Donald H Taylor May 30
One of TV's most powerful moments, and horribly relevant today. Jacob Bronowski.
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Donald H Taylor May 30
Replying to @hopkinsdavid
From England to: Wales, Sicily or Crete most likely. Spain would also be wonderful. Netherlands also (if weather less like the UK's) and Germany (especially Berlin) ditto. Scandinavia appeals too and France would be lovely. I haven't really decided. 😆
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Donald H Taylor May 29
Thank you to everyone who has replied to this. I love the way everyone is so positive about their choice. It makes for gently uplifting reading.
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