All Posts Tagged "Blog Pile"

Soylent Media Attribution

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OPML Is the Alchemy of Following Blogs in an Open Networked Course

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This post is meant primarily for participants in the Networked Narratives course I am co-teaching with Mia Zamora, where everyone is publishing in their own blog space. Everything here applies as well for the Open Learning ’17 course led by Gardn...
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Free(ish) Images, Not Open. For 300,000 Bones

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The Pretty Good, Not So Bad, and Conference Conundrum of #OpenEd16

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#UDGAgora: Open as in Taco

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For the second year iteration of our UDGAgora work with faculty from the University of Guadalajara, the schedule moved to the second day a presentation on openness Brian Lamb and had done in 2015 later in the week. Since 2003 Brian and I have done eno...
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The Small Random Things That Openness Affords

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This kind of small act of near random #ds106 connection will not increase enrollments, will not “fix” education, will not improve institutional metrics… yet I just cannot let it slip by without a small “wow”. And the ironi...
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Open is The Porch Light Being On (and more)

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When I hear folks in my stream sharing stuff for Open Education Week, my inner cynic wonders what they do the rest of the year. Or speculate a world where we do not have to draw attention in this way to Openness. I get it. The whole idea is to raise aw...
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The Open Web Makes Possible a Museum of Endangered Sounds

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If the web was designed for you, then you might never enjoy the Museum of Endangered Sounds. But because much of the web is designed by us, we get gems like this that are weird, quirky, open to all and has a personality of it’s own. This site ex...
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Gaps, and Open Space in the West: “The Painted Desert” (1931)

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The western landscape is full of emptiness, vast stretches of drab land, interrupted by deep canyons or sheer mountains, and infrequent water. My reasons for recently watching The Painted Desert was largely because it was set in an area close to where ...
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All I Have to Show for the #VCUBRB Presentation at Open Ed Are the Tacos it Was Planned Over

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My how I have fallen down on my presentation archiving. I joined Tom Woodward and Amy Rector Verrelli on the last day of Open Education 2015 to present The Great VCU Bike Race Book: Connected Learning meets the UCI Road World Championships. Imagine you...
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