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Duly observing:

I posted to twitter a list of links to some of my commentaries on the Khan Academy via a “shared GOogle Doc.”  There are, according to Google, 15 viewers of the doc.   188 more words

#Fedwiki is EASyR than you Think

For the learner, Ward Cunningham‘s Federated Wiki is at once curation, collaboration, and synthesis.  It’s old school HyperCard mashing up with wiki-anyone-can-edit-this philosophy, plus a little 1990s Wild West of the Internet thrown in.   667 more words

Teaching And Learning

Sales, Not Education

Recently an innocent tweet went down the wrong way. It provided a link to an article without further commentary. What I found was a post extolling the virtues of technology to “transform education” based on the freshly released NMC (New Media Consortium) Horizon Report – Higher Ed edition. 703 more words

Education

That's for girls!

Thank you everyone for your thoughtful posts on Gender Equity.  I have to admit that the posts that I read through that really hit home were the ones created by parents.   797 more words

Class Discussions

A Programmable Future

I experienced a rare moment this week. I read a post and quite simply it changed me.

The post helped me see what I was not seeing. 916 more words

Education

What next for the LMS?

All of a sudden it’s LMS week* in mostly-US higher education. Nudged by the imminent Educause annual conference, there’s a whole pop-up festival of reflection on why we still have enterprise learning management systems—and why we have the ones we have. 1,251 more words

Edtech And Online Learning

ALTC14 – Two keynotes: the power of stories

Today has been the last day of the ALT Conference for 2014.

As an online participant, I was able to listen to two really great keynotes, given by two women who are always worth listening to. 886 more words

Education