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Civic Engagement + Digital Literacy = Liberal Learning in the 21st Century

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I’ve had a lot of thoughts swirling around in my head so far in 2017. This week, they are starting to come together. As I try to articulate them, you may wonder what this has to do with open learning, … Continue reading →
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There’s a MOOC for That (Maybe)!

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I really enjoyed the NMC video on digital literacy (University of Mary Washington panel participant mentioned digital fluency). The video led me to ask–where can faculty members go for professional development on digital literacy (or digital fluency)? Maybe there is a MOOC for that—one that can discuss digital literacy in the context of our current … <a href="https://edtechnomad.wordpress.com/2017/02/24/theres-a-mooc-for-that-maybe/">Continue reading <span>There’s a MOOC for That (Maybe)!</span></a><img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=edtechnomad.wordpress.com&blog=122669874&post=97&subd=edtechnomad&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
I really enjoyed the NMC video on digital literacy (University of Mary Washington panel participant mentioned digital fluency). The video led me to ask–where can faculty members go for professional development on digital literacy (or digital fluency)? Maybe there is a MOOC for that—one that can discuss digital literacy in the context of our current […]
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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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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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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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Dreams of Liberation (Notes)

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For the Open Learning 17 blog post on week 4 I sat down to watch the abridged interview with Ted Nelson. I readied my coffee and shut my office door, as not to disturb the rest of the suite. And... Continue Reading →
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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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OER Platform* Comparisons

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I was at Venture Academy in Minneapolis for the viewing of Most Likely To Succeed on Monday evening, Feb. 6. The following day, Tuesday, we got a tour of Venture Academy and then about four hours of workshop/discussion with a team from Summit Learning which Venture Academy is using. Venture Academy also got money from […]<img alt="" border="0" src="https://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=sabier.wordpress.com&blog=7270428&post=125&subd=sabier&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1">
I was at Venture Academy in Minneapolis for the viewing of Most Likely To Succeed on Monday evening, Feb. 6. The following day, Tuesday, we got a tour of Venture Academy and then about four hours of workshop/discussion with a team from Summit Learning which Venture Academy is using. Venture Academy also got money from […]
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In The Abstract

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Before I started this post, I looked around to see if anyone else had posted on this week’s content yet. I wanted to see about linking to other content as we have been prompted to do. Well, as far as I can tell, no one has written on this week yet, so someone has to […]
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How to survive (and thrive?) in a cMOOC

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I’m in my first MOOC and I’m learning.  I’m learning how to be a learner in this new-to-me environment.  This is a constructivist MOOC, so while each of us is constructing our own learning path, we are also all shaping the learning experience together. What I’m learning about how to be a learner in this […]
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Confessions of a Computer-Mediated Communications Addict

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via: openlearning – Gardner Writes

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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via: openlearning17 – CogDogBlog

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