All Posts by @greeneterry

Might as Well Get Weird With It

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This past weekend saw Toronto host, for the second year in a row, the 2018 Creative Commons Global Summit. I attended last year as a participant but this year I wanted to do a little more by submitting a proposal to run a session about The Open Patchbooks. Rumour has it that my proposal arrived to […]
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Did I happen to mention I’m im#PRESSED18?

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The PressEd Conference (still going as I’m putting this together) was today. It’s a conference on Twitter, about WordPress in education. No travel. No expenses. No fees. Maybe not even pants. THERE WAS SO MUCH COOL STUFF. Take the rest of the year off and sort through #pressedconf18. What better way to collect the stuff from […]
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We Go Down East

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The University of Alberta Ski Team put on a fundraising party in the fall of 2002-ish. Being of the “drinking team with a skiing problem” mentality, they had themselves a fun slogan to print on the tickets. We Go Down Fast The only reason I still remember this is because the ticket printers made a […]
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Take Note

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I am currently in the process of collecting exemplars of the Ontario Extend module activities for an in-development activity bank. It’s looking pretty slick thanks to the Internet construction machine that is Alan Levine (aka cogdog). Stay tuned for that! I thought it couldn’t hurt to do a couple myself. This is the last one, […]
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And We All Dine On

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This page of the Ontario Extend Collaborator Module includes words that, when you read them, make your brain think that you might want to create an image of a dining table representing a project that you’ve worked on. “Okay” my brain thought upon reading these words. “I’ll do that.” Using the latest of bare bones […]
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Interrupt Yourself

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Yesterday morning I had a moment where I realized I wasn’t too sure what to do next, work-wise. So I decided to take the moment to check in on Benjamin Doxdator‘s writing, because that stuff will fill you right up with things you maybe need to think about. It’s so good. I think I was […]
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Overjoyed – A Ghost of Ed-Tech Past

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If there were an ed-tech museum, there would likely be a whole wing dedicated to the overhead projector. In its day, it was used and abused like it was going out of style. You know, like PowerPoint. Also like PowerPoint, it had its moments. One of my all time favorite school moments is owed partly […]
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Gettin’ Bigger Air

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A ways back I told you how I was getting a little bit of air time on voicEd.ca. In that post was a link to the pilot episode of Gettin’ Air. Now we are up and running with 7 episodes!  Using the analogy of getting some air on our bmx bikes, we are now at the […]
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Don’t Save a Thing For Later

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My tanks aren’t empty, but I want to try my best to use it all up while I’m here. I’ve been on secondment to eCampusOntario for two and a half months now. Its official end is March 31st, 2018. I know it could possibly go longer, But I want to work with what I for […]
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Open Passage

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This is my kind-of, mini-reflection on #OpenEd17. The conference is still going though, so I am jumping the gun a bit. Last year at my 1st Open Ed conference, I didn’t know anyone. This year, I am lucky to have lots of friends here. But open educators are open people. It hasn’t been this easy to […]
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