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#openlearning

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Seems there will be a “cMOOC” about this.   cMOOC being an open course that’s focused on ‘connectivity,’ somehow.  We’ll see.  The syllabus is pretty dry and academic, going through the history of ‘open.’   Guess my main beef with the ‘open’ community is that it’s so imbued with academic culture, as in “let me […]
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Stumble, will call

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Got a heads-up email from a faculty member in my graduate program this week, Stephanie Blackmon. It was a forward from Gardner, advertising an upcoming cMOOC on open education with an emphasis, or at least a leaning, towards goings-ons in Virginia. Now, I am scrambling to finish my dissertation and teach a course already this […]
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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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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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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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