All Posts From Open Participants OPML RSS feed

Tempted By The Posts of Another

by

6156272159_c8b0340366_o.jpg
Grab your toothbrush and some toothpaste. A flannel for your face. Say to your reflection, “Let’s get into this place”. It’s time to build a big piece of our community. Right after many of us have burned our retinas by staring at the solar eclipse, Fleming College New Faculty Experience 2017 members are getting together […]
via: Open Learning – Learning Nuggets Read More

In the Valley of Hearts’ Delight

by

Virginia’s Faculty Collaboratives “Innovation Hub,” the site of an upcoming connectivist MOOC called “Open Learning,” is now open! (Makes sense, yes?) Please visit our Faculty Collaboratives/Open Learning hub to join up and explore the journey that awaits. You may wonder, “what’s Faculty Collaboratives?” I … <a href="http://www.gardnercampbell.net/blog1/?p=2638">Continue reading <span>→</span></a>
  I caught a ride to Stanford yesterday to discuss eportfolios with Dr. Helen Chen. We didn’t get a chance to talk at the recent Association for Authentic, Experiential and...
via: In Search of Lost Times Read More

Hollywood

by

Well, I just got into town about an hour ago Took a look around, see which way the wind blow Where the little girls in their Hollywood bungalows Are you...
via: In Search of Lost Times Read More

It seems like “Open” ought to be easy

by

[808 words] …Yet, it’s neither easy, nor free-flowing nor natural. At least it does not seem so to me as I try to “open” my course development and scholarly work. I know that others have discussed the challenges, but I intend to walk through this on my own two feet (figuratively speaking) and lay things … <a href="https://rrdaniel2-open-learning.blog/2017/07/27/it-seems-like-open-ought-to-be-easy/">Continue reading <span>It seems like “Open” ought to be easy</span></a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=rrdaniel2-open-learning.blog&blog=123078728&post=493&subd=rrdaniel2openlearning&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
[808 words] …Yet, it’s neither easy, nor free-flowing nor natural. At least it does not seem so to me as I try to “open” my course development and scholarly work. I know that others have discussed the challenges, but I intend to walk through this on my own two feet (figuratively speaking) and lay things […]
via: open (to) learning Read More

OpenCon 2017

by

OpenCon_2017_-_Poster_1.png
I’ve just applied to OpenCon2017. Might I suggest that you ought to consider doing the same? (Whether this year or in the future. It’s worthwhile.) . For more information, see the poster that I’m inserting below.
via: open (to) learning Read More

Things Open

by

DFQjOlNUMAADMlS.jpg
How did I become involved in things open? Funny you should ask because I’ve been asked to contribute to www.101openstories.org to tell my Open Education origin story. I’ll be on a live video call on that site on July 27th telling this story. If my past video experience can predict the outcome of this one, it […]
via: Open Learning – Learning Nuggets Read More

Upcoming Hangout – #101OpenStories for #YearOfOpen

by

Reading Time: 2 minutesI’m really looking forward to this hangout happening Tuesday July 25 at noon my time (6am EDT/11 BST). Watch below (or use this link) Jenni Hayman did a great job organizing this one. It’s a pretty diverse group: Sukaina Walji who … Continue reading →
via: openlearning17 – Reflecting Allowed Read More

Digital Pedagogy redux

by

After hundreds of hours of research (online and otherwise), travelling to the University of Victoria, British Columbia, for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (twice!), taking the “Digital Pedagogy and Praxis”...
via: In Search of Lost Times Read More

A few threads…

by

My apologies for making a very brief post containing little more than placeholders and breadcrumbs. I’m pressed for time, but want to be sure to come back to these items. Someday…. Ideas to pursue: humans’ evolutionarily shaped propensity for learning humans’ evolutionarily shaped propensity for cooperation and democracy   Resources / sites / pages to … <a href="https://rrdaniel2-open-learning.blog/2017/07/18/a-few-threads-to-follow-at-some-point/">Continue reading <span>A few threads…</span></a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=rrdaniel2-open-learning.blog&blog=123078728&post=452&subd=rrdaniel2openlearning&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
My apologies for making a very brief post containing little more than placeholders and breadcrumbs. I’m pressed for time, but want to be sure to come back to these items. Someday…. Ideas to pursue: humans’ evolutionarily shaped propensity for learning humans’ evolutionarily shaped propensity for cooperation and democracy   Resources / sites / pages to […]
via: open (to) learning Read More

What is Digital Humanities?

by

This!
via: In Search of Lost Times Read More
css.php