Wondering whether an associative thinking exercise could weave together reflections from bloggers and glimpse connections to and renewal of general and liberal education. Answer is yes. Information literacy as hopeful vision of creativity and flow as students develop self-awareness of their own associative trails and perspective on those of others–in other words as they perceive […]
Vannevar Bush’s Memex In 1945, Vannevar Bush wrote a now famous piece for The Atlantic called “As We May Think.” In it, he proposed the development of a machine called the Memex. This desk shaped machine would be able to display printed and handwritten texts and would be able to record notes made with a special […]
Reading “Fifty Shades of Open” by Jeffrey Pomerantz and Robin Peek in First Monday http://firstmonday.org/article/view/6360/5460 one considers the parallel between the growth of fan fiction and the growth of *open* across the array of meanings the word carries. It is a tempting if baffling parallel. Wondering how to grasp a meaning of *open,* I thought of […]
This is my first post for Open Learning. I’ve created a blog and am now linking my posts by a feed to the Open Learning collectivist MOOC. This cMOOC is an experiment organized by the Virginia Open Learning initiative as part of a project with the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U; www.aacu.org). The easy way to understand: This […]
Much as he may disavow my assertion (ask him about the one in Flagstaff a […]
Open Learning is a Connectivist MOOC for Faculty Collaboratives supported by AAC&U.
Offered openly January 22-May 6, 2017, its aim is to provided a helpful and stimulating learning experience for all participants that results in measurable improvement in the use of digital affordances and sustainable professional development connections across Virginia and other areas (learn more...)