Tag Archives: privacy

What I’m reading 18 Aug 2017 – 24 Aug 2017

What I’m reading 30 Oct 2015 through 9 Nov 2015

What I’m reading 16 Jul 2015 through 22 Jul 2015

  • Beyond Conversation – FedWiki – “In the newer style, content is kept fairly short, and fairly link-less. But at the bottom of the articles we annotate by linking to other content with short explanations of each link. … People seeing your links can choose accept or reject them. Good and useful connections can propagate along with the page. I mentioned ages ago (was it really only November?) that as federated wiki pages move through a system they are improved, and that’s true. But the more common scenario is that as they move through a system they are connected.”It’s the federation that makes this style of article linking valuable. – (fedwiki annotation notetaking )
  • The Web We Need to Give Students — Bright — Medium – Audrey weighs in on The domain of ones own initiative. “And then — contrary to what happens at most schools, where a student’s work exists only inside a learning management system and cannot be accessed once the semester is over — the domain and all its content are the student’s to take with them. It is, after all, their education, their intellectual development, their work. – (dh d2l privacy )

bookmarks for February 23rd, 2013 through February 24th, 2013

bookmarks for December 29th, 2011 through January 11th, 2012

bookmarks for April 9th, 2011 through April 11th, 2011

bookmarks for May 15th, 2010 through May 24th, 2010

bookmarks for July 18th, 2009