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Open Learning MOOC

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OpenLearning test feed

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Opening line
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Standing at the open door

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This is the excerpt for your very first post.
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A conversation with Susan Albertine about Faculty Collaboratives

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Virginia’s Faculty Collaboratives “Innovation Hub,” the site of an upcoming connectivist MOOC called “Open Learning,” is now open! (Makes sense, yes?) Please visit our Faculty Collaboratives/Open Learning hub to join up and explore the journey that awaits. You may wonder, “what’s Faculty Collaboratives?” I … Continue reading →
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Happy Birthday ds106

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Today is Daily Create’s 5th Birthday! Redo TDC1 Repeating Pattern #western106 #tdc1827 #storycenter #ds106
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Making Your Own Color Palettes

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Update (1/9/17): Since posting this and posting the individual palettes on Twitter, I’ve had an outpouring of interest in this idea.  Many people have pointed me towards automated means to get this sort of thing done.  My favorites include www.palettefx.com (h/t Jenet Morrow from Twitter) and Tom Woodward‘s wordpress plugin (see his comment, below). And these... […]
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Connecting Learning to Leadership

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My doctoral research  focused on the epistemology, practice, and evaluation of connected learning.  Connected learning emphasizes the power of making connections across contexts, disciplines, people, and time. By encouraging students to connect academic work to personal hobbies, passion projects, after school jobs, and community living, educators imply that those activities have educational value when framed and... […]
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2017: Quarks, Love, and Insight

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Two ups, a down, and some gluons.  A hadron; later, perhaps, an atom. I used to do a little warm-up exercise in faculty development workshops. I called it “Quarks of Learning.” The question was simple: what are the elementary particles … Continue reading →
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New Year 2017

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Happy 2017
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First Post

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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 […]
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