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SWPACA17

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I couldn’t make it to the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association conference this year so I made this postcard with last year’s photos of Albuquerque. (and this year’s graphic)
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The White House Will Not Be Questioned!

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  The powers of the President to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned.
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OER Platform* Comparisons

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I was at Venture Academy in Minneapolis for the viewing of Most Likely To Succeed on Monday evening, Feb. 6. The following day, Tuesday, we got a tour of Venture Academy and then about four hours of workshop/discussion with a team from Summit Learning which Venture Academy is using. Venture Academy also got money from […]<img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sabier.wordpress.com&blog=7270428&post=125&subd=sabier&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
I was at Venture Academy in Minneapolis for the viewing of Most Likely To Succeed on Monday evening, Feb. 6. The following day, Tuesday, we got a tour of Venture Academy and then about four hours of workshop/discussion with a team from Summit Learning which Venture Academy is using. Venture Academy also got money from […]
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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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OL17: Open for Connections

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Buckminster Fuller recognized that “the answers to the problems of our world are all around us in the beautiful design of the universe…nature reveals to us the state of the art in design and technology, if we will look.”  This insight came almost 30 years after Vannevar Bush described, in great detail, his vision of […]
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Prime Minister Abe

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Japanese Prime Minister Abe after President Trump held their handshake for 30 seconds.
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The Collective

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What really struck me when viewing videos of Douglas Englebart and reading parts of his essay ‘Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework’ so kindly excerpted for us by Gardener Campbell, was when he talked about the idea of a Collective IQ. As an invertebrate zoologist, when I think of a collective, a bee hive comes to mind. Individual […]
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Augmented Intelligence: The True and Only AI

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This week for #OpenLearning17 we’re reading excerpts from Doug Engelbart’s “Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework.” And here I am now, in reflecting upon this text, putting into practice the very “conceptual framework” that it so perspicaciously advanced more than half a century ago. We take it for granted today, this ability to display and […]
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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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Soylent Media Attribution

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