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Reflections on Generosity of Spirit: Barriers to working in the open

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So in December I used Bronwyn Hegarty’s Attributes of Open Pedagogy, along with several other documents to develop a page to use in conversation with faculty about open pedagogy. Last week, I had the opportunity to share it with a small group, and it worked really well in terms of focusing the discussion and talking … <a href="https://upstreamdownstreamblog.wordpress.com/2017/03/17/reflections-on-generosity-of-spirit-barriers-to-working-in-the-open/">Continue reading <span>Reflections on Generosity of Spirit: Barriers to working in the open</span></a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=upstreamdownstreamblog.wordpress.com&blog=120635449&post=552&subd=upstreamdownstreamblog&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
So in December I used Bronwyn Hegarty’s Attributes of Open Pedagogy, along with several other documents to develop a page to use in conversation with faculty about open pedagogy. Last week, I had the opportunity to share it with a small group, and it worked really well in terms of focusing the discussion and talking […]
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Working in the Open- Part 1 of a Series

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This is a post that has been meaning to be written for years. It is the first in a series, I hope, chronicling the development and implementation of an #Open Introduction to Literature Course. The thinking behind this series has been rolling around in ...
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Thinking in the Open

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Last week, when I wrote Thinking about Open, I was reeling from a number of discussion with colleagues where I felt like I was constantly bumping and nudging people while meeting them where they were. This was not a moment of epiphany, rather the tensi...
Last week, when I wrote Thinking about Open, I was reeling from a number of discussion with colleagues where I felt like I was constantly bumping and nudging people while meeting them where they were. This was not a moment of epiphany, rather the tensi...
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Teaching in A Digital Age: A conversation of sorts

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On Wed of this week, I am running the first of my three series workshop designed to introduced colleagues to the idea of teaching in a digital age.  I am looking to make this a co-constructed experience (although, I have a back-up plan in reserve.)  I have about 10 people signed up-- this is part of […]
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Thinking About Open

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Note: This is an off topic #openlearning17 post. This week I have found myself immersed in conversations about #OER, and the question of open vs. free keeps raising its head. As my colleagues work on their projects, they are getting swamped with trying...
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Connections and Associations

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Years ago, in the early 2000's, my mother and I were talking about ideas for teaching and for a project we were interested in.  She had gone back to school in the early 90's to work on a 2nd master's degree in an interdisciplinary publications design program, and at the point of this conversation, we […]
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Toes in the Water

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This post is a a jumping off point for participating in the Virginia AAC&U Faculty Collaboratives hub on open learning. (How could I turn down something that uses a stream and water metaphor?)  I am a little late to the conversation, but happy to join in-- and look forward to talking with some of those […]
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