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A free weekend

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Do we need to take anyone home
Friday, 1:04 PM ET. A text from me to my husband: Indeed, as a newly-minted director with people working for me, a significant amount of my work has turned into emailing people instructions, giving feedback, and distributing tasks.  By Friday afternoon, I had sent out all the emails I had to send and would need... […]
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Extreme Quilting

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I signed up to guest post for the OER20 Conference‘s blog in the lead up to the event running in early April in London. When an association focused on learning technology decides to have the theme “The Care in Openness” you just have to perk up, take notice, get in there and try to help […]
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Thanks Milan – Lessons Learned at #OEGlobal19

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It’s too soon and I’m still a little jet lagged to have truly processed this last week, so at this time I’m just going go with a lessons learned list as an initial reflection of the experience that was the Open Education Global Conference in Milan. Lesson 1. Nominate yourself for stuff. It can get … <a href="https://learningnuggets.ca/open-learning/thanks-milan-lessons-learned-at-oeglobal19/">Continue reading<span> "Thanks Milan – Lessons Learned at #OEGlobal19"</span></a>
It’s too soon and I’m still a little jet lagged to have truly processed this last week, so at this time I’m just going go with a lessons learned list as an initial reflection of the experience that was the Open Education Global Conference in Milan. Lesson 1. Nominate yourself for stuff. It can get […]
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Dreaming is Free

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Press play, then start reading. When I was asked to keynote the Fleming College Fall Teaching & Learning Day, I thought it’d be a great chance to heed some advice from Blondie (Dreaming is free, after all) and drop a bunch of ideas for digital learning initiatives that we could do and see which ones … <a href="https://learningnuggets.ca/open-learning/dreaming-is-free/">Continue reading<span> "Dreaming is Free"</span></a>
Press play, then start reading. When I was asked to keynote the Fleming College Fall Teaching & Learning Day, I thought it’d be a great chance to heed some advice from Blondie (Dreaming is free, after all) and drop a bunch of ideas for digital learning initiatives that we could do and see which ones […]
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Art de la rue

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The #HISPinParis19 students took lots of neat pics while we were in Paris, and after a month and a half back in the US, I’ve finally found a few minutes to look through my own. Among the 10,000 shots of my kids – yes, I’m that mom – I did m...
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Libretexts Chemistry in Moodle

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The Stone Arch Bridge Initiative for Education Resources, SABIER, is pleased to announce the launch of a Chemistry course for K-12. This is a course that uses a chemistry text from Libretexts and  is housed in a Moodle course with homework quizzes created by Andrew Lyman-Butler. Andrew described the quizzes and his thinking in a […]
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Storytelling

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I returned to StoryCenter in Berkeley this week to participate in a Digital Storytelling workshop as a civilian. I returned to community college as a non-traditional (adult) student after President Obama urged displaced workers to update their skills in his first State of the Union address. I had such a terrible experiance in Oakland’s Peralta […]
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Mexican Food in France: does it exist?

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I am currently two weeks into teaching HISP 470: preservation abroad in Paris. My students have been writing wonderful posts about their experiences, focusing on topics like the rehab of Notre Dame, the variety of churches in the city, dealing with tra...
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open (to) learning 2019-07-11 10:11:33

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open books, open files, open texts, open apps
open books, open files, open texts, open apps
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“Alas” and “Oh, well…” & what’s to come….

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[736 words] Despite my best intentions, I was unable to get very far this year on the OpenLearning CMOOC/faculty collaborative. As interesting as it was, the activities began at a time when I was already committed to a number of other high-priority projects and duties, especially 1. completing my work teaching an online course (with […]
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