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Curation of Posts on Open Pedagogy #YearOfOpen

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Reading Time: 4 minutesIn preparation for Monday’s Open Pedagogy Hangout (see announcement here – includes list of guests and YouTube watch link) I thought it might be useful to roughly curate some relatively recent work on the topic. I am hoping folks will help me … Continue reading →
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Curation of Posts on Open Pedagogy #YearOfOpen

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Reading Time: 2 minutesIn preparation for Monday’s Open Pedagogy Hangout (see announcement here – includes list of guests and YouTube watch link) I thought it might be useful to roughly curate some relatively recent work on the topic. I am hoping folks will help me … Continue reading →
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What is Open Pedagogy? #YearOfOpen hangout April 24

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Reading Time: 1 minutesWhat is Open Pedagogy? Who gets to define what open pedagogy is, and how does that affect all of us who call what we practice “open pedagogy”? I was invited to submit my answer to that question by the OEConsortium … Continue reading →
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What is Open Pedagogy? #YearOfOpen hangout April 24

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Reading Time: 2 minutesWhat is Open Pedagogy? Who gets to define what open pedagogy is, and how does that affect all of us who call what we practice “open pedagogy”? I was invited to submit my answer to that question by the OEConsortium … Continue reading →
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Redesigning Liberal Education

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In the winter of 2013, a week before classes started, Dr. Amy Nelson tried a bold experiment in redesigning her classes for openly networked connected learning. In this conversation, you’ll hear why she decided to do so, and what she learned. These are stories of meaningful exchanges, faculty development, and the ongoing importance of liberal education in a […]
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Week 13: Rebundling Liberal Education

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This week we conclude our work with Open and Integrative: Designing Liberal Education for the New Digital Ecosystem, the 2016 AAC&U publication by Randy Bass (Georgetown) and Bret Eynon (LaGuardia Community College). As in the last two weeks, we will begin by annotating and discussion a portion of the book in Hypothes.is.  Also as before, […]
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Liberal Education and the Digital Opportunity, pt 2

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Here’s the second live Hangout conversation with Randy Bass and Bret Eynon, authors of Open and Integrative: Designing Liberal Education for the New Digital Ecosystem. This week we dive even further into the core elements and purposes of a liberal education, as well as the questions of vendors, platforms, and ready-made ecosystems that might be obstacles […]
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Laying Out My Pieces

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A quick thought on an Easter morning – When did we stop asking questions? Or did we ever start? I was in the doctor’s office the other day for a routine check-up. The nurse, who was going through the standard screening questions, said: “And you don’t smoke or drink alcohol.” I responded, “Well, I don’t smoke but... <div><a href="https://googleguacamole.wordpress.com/2017/04/16/laying-out-my-pieces/">Read More</a></div><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=googleguacamole.wordpress.com&blog=76251458&post=13044&subd=googleguacamole&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
A quick thought on an Easter morning – When did we stop asking questions? Or did we ever start? I was in the doctor’s office the other day for a routine check-up. The nurse, who was going through the standard screening questions, said: “And you don’t smoke or drink alcohol.” I responded, “Well, I don’t smoke but... […]
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Mapping My Place in the Open Landscape

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Maybe it’s all the cultural geography I’ve read, but I find the idea of mapping my place in the landscape of open learning very intriguing. Am I digital visitor or a resident? In my forthcoming book, I explore (among other things) … Continue reading →
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Week 12: Faculty Development and Outcomes Assessment

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This week we continue our work with Open and Integrative: Designing Liberal Education for the New Digital Ecosystem, the 2016 AAC&U publication by Randy Bass (Georgetown) and Bret Eynon (LaGuardia Community College). This book is our text for two more weeks. For each of those weeks, we will begin by annotating and discussion a portion […]
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