I have experienced a week where my online and physical life are intertwined in the most wonderful and hectic way. I have found it difficult to record my daily activity on the blog due to time restraints and felt myself having to expand time through multitasking. I started the week celebrating a digital dance season at Scottish Ballet with colleagues and have experienced an explosion of interest in 360 degree video projects and therefore prepared myself for future viewing and experience. I came across an article on dance algorithms and another on how resources are creating movement and dance for film. I caught the end of this weeks tweetorial assignment and witnessed the transition of the EDC’s group development to the ‘norming’ stage. I’ve been providing pastoral care and guidance to my pupils preparing for exams, providing online communication via e-mail due to technological restrictions. I took part in a phenomenal workshop where we looked at promoting dance to communities affected by health conditions either in a dance studio or online. I created a Thinglink of my data findings (TBC) of the learning analytics connected to the communication, exam prep and exam results of Higher Dance. Then I was left disheartened at the promotion of hyperextension and the online culture of videos created and uploaded online by anyone with an interest in dance despite knowledge and experience. These videos are unfortunately freely available to young dancers desperate to find quick fix solutions for technique and flexibility. My use of tools were limited and I only managed to utilise Blog posts, Twitter and Facebook . I feel frustrated that life has been in the way of progression and hope to expand on tools and links over the next few weeks.