More than 15 years ago, Lawrence Lessig famously argued that the internet’s technical architecture has policy implications just as powerful as the regulatory apparatus that a government may impose… 1,263 more words
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In a bizarre coincidence, when I opened the book to scan the contents I found myself looking at the section about sharks. In particular, “surviving if you are in a raft and you sight sharks—”… I wonder if anyone would be interested in using this as a model for an edtech field manual for surviving the Higher Ed apocalypse.
This is a quick post to capture some interesting dynamics going on at #et4online. This is possibly my favorite conference experience ever. Have never been so engaged, and I even lost about 1.5 hours while putting my daughter to sleep! 597 more words
So… I signed up to attend the Sloan-C #et4online conference – virtually. That’s because I can’t travel too often with a young child in tow, and I really didn’t want to miss out on… 489 more words
In my previous post, I mentioned that teaching is one the most punk rock things I could do; but why punk rock? Why as a point of reference and self identification should I choose such a penetrating and specific label to connect my love of teaching to community? 704 more words