These are my notes from a recent lecture on decision making. A useful way of categorising decision-making techniques is by the variables that surround it:

  • Input: relates to expected benefits and costs, especially the way in which that information is derived (quantitatively/qualitatively)
  • Output: one objective or more? Is there a weighting system attached to them?
  • Constraints: how much is known about the circumstances surrounding the decision?
  • Resources: techniques available for making a decision

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Applying Digital Storytelling to Projects

I’m currently working with colleagues from JISC Netskills to work out how we can apply some of the learning from and techniques of Digital Storytelling to the way in which JISC projects communicate their outputs. These are my notes from a pilot workshop we organised with some of our very own critical friends…

What is Digital Storytelling?

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