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Alan Levine speaks martian!

I spoke with Alan Levine about the hyperlink a few weeks ago. It was my hope that I could use the recording to help students and faculty where I work understand why it mattered that we had no permalinks in our learning management system’s course blog platform. 187 more words

Open Education

May 12: Connecting Through Online Learning

Today we look at how we can connect with other educators by taking advantage of online learning opportunities.

If you are a connected educator and leader, you will often hear of opportunities to learn online through, for example, MOOCs, webinars, internet radio, and Hangouts on Air.   108 more words

OSSEMOOC

Digital Storytelling

On Tuesday May 12th,  we are pleased to welcome Alan Levine (@cogdog) and Darren Kuropatwa  (@dkuropatwa)  share their collaborative work around connecting and the power of digital storytelling. 108 more words

Tuesday Night Online Discussions

Alan Levine Letter to the Editor - NY Times - published May 8

To the Editor:

Pamela Geller is an Islamophobe whose public remarks about Muslims have rightly been condemned by the Southern Poverty Law Center as hate speech. 305 more words

Articles

Take5: Blog#8: Digital Storytelling

The digital age is predicated on the notion of student as producer (of knowledge) – as opposed to earlier education ages that appeared to position the student (only) as a consumer of knowledge. 623 more words

Education

Fedwiki – further thoughts

In my last post, I wrote about what I like about Fedwiki, despite my technical difficulties. I can now access my site and am slowly finding my way around, but still have lots to learn and understand. 719 more words

#fedwikihappening

Better late than never, my reflection on Digital Storytelling and Alan Levine.

Sorry for the late post, but my blog and I are now back on speaking terms. :)

I have to admit when I read that the class was about Digital Storytelling, I thought we were going to be using PhotoStory (ha, ha, remember I’m still a newbie, working on it).  466 more words

Class Discussions