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Social Networking, Bridging, and the "Filter Bubble"

Some embrace new technology quickly; others resist—often at their peril. In Net Smart: How to Thrive Online, Howard Rheingold illustrates some compelling advantages of modern social networking software. 726 more words

Attention! Why Parties and Notifications in Video Games Gets Old, Fast

Recently I read a snippet of Howard Rheingold’s Net Smart: How to Thrive Online and it dealt with attention and relaxation.  Rheingold really delves into how we can affect our ability to focus and pay attention.   853 more words

Video Games

Who's Packing your Bags?

Imagine being told you are going to the Bahamas. Would you allow someone else to pack your bags for you? If you are like me, I’m sure your first thought is, “no way.” Why would I let some else pack MY bags. 206 more words

Digital Media Learning

Hello world

Hello everybody!

I am writing this post by way of introducing myself to the Connected Courses Community (how’s that for alliteration?).

Education and digital technology have been core themes for me over the past 25 years along with other eclectic pursuits (producing films and theater, 14 years at Harvard Business School, playing jazz piano, doing startups). 84 more words

Creativity

Anticipating Connected Courses "Happenings"

When I was hangin’ with Alec Couros (@courosa) this summer at BLC14 in Boston I was thrilled to hear about this “Connected Courses” MOOC with an all star cast (Michael Wesch, Helen Keegan, Mimi Ito, to name a few and …wait for it…the THREE MAGI : Alan Levine ( 433 more words

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