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Day 1

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This is the first day of creating a blog. I wonder many times what I would write. I have reflected on would my ideas be worthy to spark conversation, challenge current ideologies, and etc. My hope, as I venture out to participate in the endeavors of Op...
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Day 1

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we-are-open
This is the first day of creating a blog. I wonder many times what I would write. I have reflected on would my ideas be worthy to spark conversation, challenge current ideologies, and etc. My hope, as I venture out to participate in the endeavors of Op...
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What does “Open” Mean?

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I've been intrigued by the idea of open educational resources for a while now. Since I'll likely be switching to an open-access textbook as part of this process, I'd like to learn more about the open educational movement in general. I've enrolled in the Becoming an Open Educator course created by Open Educational Practices in […]
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What does “Open” Mean?

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I've been intrigued by the idea of open educational resources for a while now. Since I'll likely be switching to an open-access textbook as part of this process, I'd like to learn more about the open educational movement in general. I've enrolled in th...
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Dissertating in the Open (Visual Article Series)

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To continue my series of visual articles on educational research, I have branched out (or perhaps come home) to the act of dissertating in the open. The following is meant to introduce the idea – to show the overlap and points of potential integration between open scholarship and the process of planning, implementing, and publishing... […]
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Virginia Faculty Collaborative cMOOC Countdown

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I’ve been working with a great group of higher ed folks affiliated with the AAC&U Faculty Collaboratives project for the last several months. The collaboratives are state-level efforts to enlist faculty in the far-reaching and essential challenges of re-imagining role of liberal education at this time of transformation across the higher education landscape. In January […]
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Shadow Government

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Describing Qualitative Methods in Educational Research: The Annotated Infographic

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As I described in my last post, Understanding Educational Research and Design, I have spent a significant amount of the last year reading and evaluating the educational research literature for its structure, themes, and methods. I found problems; too many articles lacked epistemological framing, glossed over faulty sampling and data collection, provided minimal information on... […]
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Giving the LMS a chance

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I haven’t been shy over the years in criticizing the LMS. Students have consistently told me to stick with my website instead. Downside: they can’t see their grade up-to-the-minute. Upside: it’s organized to make it simple and easy to use. Plus all the stuff I’ve mentioned before (openness, availability outside semesters, etc.) Still, my critique […]
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Confessions of a Computer-Mediated Communications Addict

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Yes, I’ve been going through the closets lately. Here’s something I caught that might be of interest: a closing keynote address I presented at the 2002 Mary Washington College Faculty Academy on Instructional Technology. It was an interesting in-between time. … Continue reading →
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