Tags » Audrey Watters

#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

My Reclaim Project

This weekend I’ve really begun to embark on a personal project that seeks to reclaim my digital content and presence in an attempt to establish an authentic “Digital Self”. 836 more words

Opinion