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A slightly belated thank you to Bryan Alexander

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I should have done this Saturday, but Monday will have to do. Thanks, Bryan Alexander, for directing our week of digital literacy at Open Learning ’17. I met Bryan in January, 2004, in San Diego, at a conference of the … Continue reading →
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Conceptual Frameworks: some thoughts

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At the end of the #OpenLearning17 week of digital literacy, hosted and herded and directed with aplomb, panache, alacrity, and insight by Bryan Alexander, I have a few thoughts on conceptual frameworks: their necessity, and why they are all too often … Continue reading →
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Professional Development Day!

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Wherein I have watched the “Open Pedagogy” webinar from OpenOregon.org, wherein the participants discuss having students *create* “open” content in courses.   (First off is the caveat that no! this isn’t appropriate for everything! and there’s much discussion of the need for careful planning and leaving room for privacy and diverse student needs.) I’d love […]
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Thinking in the Open

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Last week, when I wrote Thinking about Open, I was reeling from a number of discussion with colleagues where I felt like I was constantly bumping and nudging people while meeting them where they were. This was not a moment of epiphany, rather the tensi...
Last week, when I wrote Thinking about Open, I was reeling from a number of discussion with colleagues where I felt like I was constantly bumping and nudging people while meeting them where they were. This was not a moment of epiphany, rather the tensi...
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A few thoughts on Twitter chats as course discussion

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One of the exciting and fun experiences of the #openlearning17 cMOOC are the twitter chats. I have not been able to participate in all of them, but the ones that I could make it to were energizing, provocative, and – I don’t want to say full of, b...
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A few thoughts on Twitter chats as course discussion

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One of the exciting and fun experiences of the #openlearning17 cMOOC are the twitter chats. I have not been able to participate in all of them, but the ones that I could make it to were energizing, provocative, and – I don’t want to say full of, b...
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Motivation

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Whoops, time got away from me this week. So, I won’t be doing justice to this week’s content. I listened to the interview but didn’t really delve into the reading. The speaker this week rubbed me the wrong way, which always makes it a bit harder to get something out of a talk. Or makes […]
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“Magical Combinations:” Notes from a Ted Talk

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How does one respond to the blooming, buzzing mind of Ted Nelson? I don’t really know…trying to follow the associative trails in that mind is quite the adventure. I’ll take my fallback approach, which is to gather some fragments or nuggets of thought (or, as Jon Udell might now term them, “segments of interest“), throw them […]
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OL17: Engelbart and Augmenting Human Intellect

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Engelbart and Augmenting Human Intellect
Engelbart and Augmenting Human Intellect In 1962, Douglas C. Engelbart released his essay “Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework.”  I haven’t read the complete paper, just a document with excerpts prepared by Gardner Campbell for #OpenLearning17.  Based on the excerpts, it’s a good one. As a young man, driven by the desire to do something […]
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Creativity – the gift that keeps on giving

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I remember watching Gardner Campbell’s interview with Ted Nelson (YT). Along with a related interview with Alan Kay (YT), it made quite an impression on me. Even the edited, half-hour version (YT) is packed with information and insights. I started … Continue reading →
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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 […] Read More
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Selfies & avatars as a form of reflection

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Recently, I’ve spent much time and energy  discussing the pedagogical merits of blogging: a practice […] Read More
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Hace doce horas en un pasillo del hotel oscuro – Openness with Brian Lamb

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Much as he may disavow my assertion (ask him about the one in Flagstaff a […] Read More
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