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Can Democrats learn from President Macron’s example?

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French President Macron snubs Donald Trump at the new NATO headquarters.
  At the 2017 ceremony to open the new NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, French President Macron demonstrated how to communicate with a bully. I added the Belgian national anthem, performed by the US Navy band, for atmosphere. And a fake news ending. If the video player isn’t working for you, you can watch President […]
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Further Education Adventures of an Adult Student Spring 2018

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Above – Stay on the Path A mashup I made from a google map image of Berkeley City College, a picture of the Campanile at UC Berkeley and an inviting meadow leading into a thicket of distractions. One year ago (April 2017), having struggled with the culture of incompetence across the Peralta Community College District […]
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Enough

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I made a digital postcard to commemorate students in dozens of cities in all 50 states staged demonstrations and observed a moment of silence to honor the 14 students and three adult staff killed a month ago at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
I made a digital postcard to commemorate the students from Granada Hills High School in Southern California (and in cities in all fifty states) who walked out of their classes, staged demonstrations and observed a moment of silence in honor of the fourteen students and three adult staff killed a month ago at Marjory Stoneman […]
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Mark Corbett Wilson 2018-02-23 22:20:35

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I used a 1979 archive photograph of Devil’s Slide on the former California Hwy 1 as a background for a gif made with text from Nick Montfort’s dynamic poem generator to complete today’s Daily Create for Digital Alchemy in the Open Education course Networked Narratives at Kean University in New Jersey. #dda165 Visualize Taroko Gorge This […]
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Happy International Heutagogy Day!

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I declare February 18th as International Heutagogy Day! Heutagogy (based on the Greek for “self”) was defined by Hase and Kenyon in 2000 as the study of self-determined learning. I’ve amended their definition to include Self-Directed Theory, thus...
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Here we go again! Taking Year 2 of Networked Narratives for a spin!

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This post is a a jumping off point for participating in the Virginia AAC&U Faculty Collaboratives hub on open learning. (How could I turn down something that uses a stream and water metaphor?)  I am a little late to the conversation, but happy to join in-- and look forward to talking with some of those … <a href="https://upstreamdownstreamblog.wordpress.com/2017/01/31/toes-in-the-water/">Continue reading <span>Toes in the Water</span></a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=upstreamdownstreamblog.wordpress.com&blog=120635449&post=207&subd=upstreamdownstreamblog&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
What The Heck Kind of Course is This? At the core this is a bonafide on the ground course in Networked Narratives at Kean University, with registered students who will spend some time each week in a classroom. Last year it was co-taught by Mia Zamora at Kean join via the interwebs by Alan Levine […]
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Further Adventures of an Adult Student

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<span><span>Reading Time: </span><span>3</span><span> minutes</span></span>I was reading and annotation (via Hypothes.is) the first reading Fifty Shades of Open and I was struck by something I’d never heard of before… the notion of “free as in puppies” (to be distinct from free as in gratis/beer and … <a href="http://blog.mahabali.me/blog/whyopen/openlearning17/free-as-in-puppies-and-other-metaphors-openlearning17/">Continue reading <span>→</span></a>
I’m completing a Bachelor’s degree online at Metropolitan State University’s College of Individualized Studies in St. Paul, Minnesota. I chose Metro State because they were originally a University Without Walls when created in 1971. I’m also a student and worker at the Western Institute for Social Research in Berkeley, California, which grew out of Berkeley’s […]
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California Sociological Association Annual Conference

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Laura-Gogia
Network Map of Nugan Hand Ltd private bank and connections by Mark Lombardi. I was recently in Sacramento, California, at the annual meeting of the California Sociological Association. Two years ago I attended the meetin...
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My College Degree as a Digital Humanities Project

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I’m developing a new model for adult learners so they can avoid the experience I had while trying to improve my skills at a Community College. Combining Self-Directed Learning, Computational...
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In the Valley of Hearts’ Delight

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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 … <a href="http://www.gardnercampbell.net/blog1/?p=2638">Continue reading <span>→</span></a>
  I caught a ride to Stanford yesterday to discuss eportfolios with Dr. Helen Chen. We didn’t get a chance to talk at the recent Association for Authentic, Experiential and...
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