That's the question I'm setting out to make sense of for some of those attending the Learning and Skills conference and exhibition this week. The session, which I've called 'Making sense of the senses in a digital learning world' is on Day 1, Wednesday 3rd February at 11.15am. I'll be spending time exploring what it actually means to be a digital learning specialist, how you engage learners with digital content, the skills that are needed to do so and how to go about developing those.
It's the first conference speaking slot I've done, which comes with it's own share of nerves. I remind myself though that there are no real dangers in a room of people who gather to learn. I'm hoping to make some connections with others along the way and get some dialogue on digital learning going during and beyond the session.
I'd love for you to be a part of that too. If you are on Twitter, head over there where I'll be tweeting the content and my thoughts during the session. And if you are there 'in real life' on Wednesday 3rd and Thursday 4th February for Learning and Skills 2016, do take time to drop by and say hello to us all on the DPG stand.
See you / tweet you there!