In this issue we are delighted to publish new articles from our three regular contributors. Dr Ross Todd, in his regular section Reflections and Actions, challenges us to recognise the importance of reflective practice whilst Dr Carol Gordon shares with us part two in her ongoing interaction with various styles of learning and research.

Using Peru again as her focus, Gordon looks this time at the world of the artist. This two part series is both thought provoking and entertaining. Our third regular contributor, Camilla Elliott, the author of the Learning Landscapes section, engages with technology and learning and our evolving forms of interactivity. In this issue, Camilla explores her own experiences setting an excellent example for the concept of life long learning.