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Get ready for Open Learning ’19!

Open Learning ’19, a cMOOC about open learning now in its third iteration will begin on March 17th and run for three weeks. Week 1 will be preceded by a “pre-cMOOC” week for anyone who is new to connected learning, new to MOOCs (and espeically to cMOOCs) or new to open learning concepts. Starting on […]

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Implementing an OER Site?

by rrdaniel2

[ 1023 words ] After spending many months away from blogging during a period of many demands on my time (reentry into teaching and shared governance meetings after a year-long sabbatical; a self-imposed obligation to co-edit a volume that has been more problematic, more time-consuming, and more rewarding than anticipated; an overcommitment to conferences and […]
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New Year, New Look

by SueErickson10

It was long past time to update my site and I decided that ringing in a new year would be a good time for a refresh. I’ve been doing a bit of consulting lately, and would love to do more so I’ve added a section indicating what I can offer. Please take a look and […]
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Google Maps Timeline & Digital Security

by jstew511

I’ve been (slowly) working my way through the 23 Things List, a project on digital literacy from the University of Edinburgh. Thing number 4 was Digital Security. While we include Web Security in a lot of our digital literacy prorams, I’m not a huge WebSec person. It’s not something that I think about or worry […]
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Digital Footprint

by jstew511

As part of the 23 Things MOOC from the University of Edinburgh, I did a little bit of searching today to see what my digital footprint looks like.  I have an extremely common name, so most of what I found with a Google search was links for information about Jon Stewart and links for the […]
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Digital Knowledge MOOC

by jstew511

This week I registered for an open, online class called 23 Things for Digital Knowledge offered out of the University of Edinburgh. I’m currently planning out my own digital literacy course for next summer, so I signed up mostly to see what they’ve focused on and how they tie it all together. For my own […]
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Systematic Inquiry: A design perspective

by GoogleGuacamole

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The following post consists of the lightning round remarks I made as part of the OLC Accelerate 2018 Research Summit.  I was asked to speak on systematic inquiry – what is it and why it is important – to a group of higher ed online instructional designers, faculty, and administrators.  I was an interesting choice... […]
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Squad Goal Number One – Met

by greeneterry

This is the Ontario Extend 9x9x25 Challenge post #…2? for the Squad Goals Network Team Do you want in? Okay, you’re in. I’m a new member of the Squad Goals Network. I’m grateful to have been invited in  by John Stewart (but you don’t need an invitation) when we connected to record an episode of […]
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Hark! An #OpenEd18 Reflection

by greeneterry

Last week the Open Education Conference was held in Niagara Falls, New York. I am going to hark back on my experience there for my third post of the Ontario Extend 9x9x25 Reflective Writing Challenge. Post #OpenEd18, now deep into followup micro obsessions (H/T @jesshmitchell): @drmjbishop's Niagara Barrel Heroine, the 63 year old Annie Edson […]
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The Ghost of Questions Not Asked

by greeneterry

This is IDIGOntario‘s 2nd post of the #9x9x25 Challenge When I signed up to be on the IDIG team I very vaguely said that I would like to write something about the “Front End Analysis” phase of Instructional Design. Also known as the “what are we doing and why” part. If you do this part […]
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Pitter Patter

by greeneterry

Soon you’ll be hearing the pitter-patter of little feet is a bit of a weird saying when anticipating the birth of a child. You hear a lot of other stuff for months before any footfalls. Maybe it should be the screamy- shouty of little lungs. Speaking of pitter-patter, it’s time for me to get back […]
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