Ready, set…go?


I recently signed up for the You Show, an initiative between Alan Levine and Brian Lamb. My main reason for participating? Playing around with digital media! I’m a little nervous about it, but mostly curious to see what others produce. (Although looking through the #youshow15 stream, there seems to be a lot of great content […]

Building a course of one’s own


Earlier this week, I started building a learning platform for my final course project. I am following a series of directions and inspiration from a variety of places. On the pedagogical side, this includes: careful consideration of the role of the instructor in the course working towards open pedagogy. I admit, this approach seems a […]

Building a course of one’s own


Earlier this week, I started building a learning platform for my final course project. I am following a series of directions and inspiration from a variety of places. On the pedagogical side, this includes: careful consideration of the role of the instructor in the course working towards open pedagogy. I admit, this approach seems a […]

Why I (want to) teach


Playing a bit of catch-up here, going back to the first unit of Connected Courses and thinking about the whys of teaching and the whys of a course. One of my favorite links during this unit was Mike Wesch’s talk about Why we need a “why?” As a relative newcomer to these types of discussions, I […]

Why I (want to) teach


Playing a bit of catch-up here, going back to the first unit of Connected Courses and thinking about the whys of teaching and the whys of a course. One of my favorite links during this unit was Mike Wesch’s talk about Why we need a “why?” As a relative newcomer to these types of discussions, I […]

Countdown to Connected Courses


In just under a month, Connected Courses begins. This brings together many of my favorite people in higher ed and ed tech. Through Mike Wesch’s classes and videos (going back to 2007 – yep, he’s been at this awhile!) I saw what anthro on the web might look like. It was fascinating, and drew me into […]

Getting started with indieweb


Several months ago, I came across a Wired article that described the IndieWeb movement and the history behind why its developers started it. Your content is yours When you post something on the web, it should belong to you, not a corporation. Too many companies have gone out of business and lost all of their users’ […]

Getting started with indieweb


Several months ago, I came across a Wired article that described the IndieWeb movement and the history behind why its developers started it. Your content is yours When you post something on the web, it should belong to you, not a corporation. Too many companies have gone out of business and lost all of their users’ […]

#ocTEL Week 1 recap


My goals for this week of the #ocTEL course were to watch the weekly webinar and complete one of the activities. Webinar notes Presenters: Kyriaki Anagnostopoulou, University of Bath & James Little, University of Leeds Learning design systematic way of developing and describing experiences includes a description of the learners, the environment, and the tools they use […]

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