Reading: It’s Time to Move Away from the Digital Classroom in Our Smartphone-Altered Universe

Source Smartphones and pervasiveness could help us undo the knots education admin created for online learning. Education administrators who have bought into the various digital-platform models, on the other hand, have long seen their avenues of digital instruction as a way to reduce reliance on teachers by regularizing curricula through digital replication and turning the… Continue reading Reading: It’s Time to Move Away from the Digital Classroom in Our Smartphone-Altered Universe

What I’m reading 5 Mar 2016 through 7 Mar 2016

Should Academics Talk to Katie Couric? – The Chronicle – Once more into the breech of consumption. Don't make me think! "Academic writing has the benefit of scholarly rigor, full documentation, and original thinking. But the transmission of our ideas is routinely hampered — understandably, given academe’s publication, evaluation, and tenure conditions — by a… Continue reading What I’m reading 5 Mar 2016 through 7 Mar 2016

on pinboard for August 3rd, 2014

Compassionate Tools — The Brooks Review – Add another take to artisan software tools. "Again Photoshop is about its features, and Acorn is perfectly humanistic in what it will do with you." – (dh artisan software ) Annie Leonard – The Story of Bottled Water = Script – I saw this first in OUP's Sustainability… Continue reading on pinboard for August 3rd, 2014

on pinboard for July 29th, 2014 through July 30th, 2014

Tinderbox Tuesday: Agents – – (agents tinderbox tuesday attributes notes prototypes timeline tutorial ) tinderbox Visualize – – (none) BSAG » Tinderbox daybook – – (technology ) A Tinderbox Reference File – – (none) Tinderbox: Email and Twitter from Tinderbox – – (none) Tinderbox: A Task Assistant – – (none) Taking the Information Plunge With… Continue reading on pinboard for July 29th, 2014 through July 30th, 2014

bookmarks for December 2nd, 2013 through December 6th, 2013

Elsevier is taking down papers from Academia.edu | Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week – Can Elsevier be any more condescending? Welcome to Academics Got Talent, with Elsey playing Simon. – (academia2.0 copyright cc openaccess ) Cult of Android MobileWhy Google Wants to ‘Can’ Your Messages | Cult of Android – sorry. im out of… Continue reading bookmarks for December 2nd, 2013 through December 6th, 2013

bookmarks for May 28th, 2013 through June 5th, 2013

How I manage to keep active in so many networks – PhD candidate Cristina Costa on living in her PLN. – (dl dh academia2.0 ple fyw social_learning ) Your WYSIWYG Editor sucks – outlines the concerns of developers, which is a good insight into how and what they think. includes that pesky gender problem: the… Continue reading bookmarks for May 28th, 2013 through June 5th, 2013

bookmarks for March 12th, 2013 through March 14th, 2013

The bucket has a hole in it, let’s plug it – Brian surveys OER against a MOOCy background – (mooc de oer ) Tips on Writing And How They’re Really Just Tips on Life — Hack / Make – One more today from http://nickwynja.com/ at Hack/Make. Nick melds writing, coding, and making into a workflow,… Continue reading bookmarks for March 12th, 2013 through March 14th, 2013

bookmarks for March 12th, 2013

Writing Tools and Workflow — Hack / Make – another notetaking / DH workflow article for today. More and more, academic writers and writers in general are switching between digital and analogue apparati. Hack/Make's workflow is like a day in the life of a knowledge worker. at hack make.org – (DH workflow academia2.0 ) Arno’s… Continue reading bookmarks for March 12th, 2013

bookmarks for February 24th, 2012 through February 27th, 2012

[toread] Researchers Rate RateMyProfessors and Find It Useful, if Not Chili-Pepper Hot – Technology – The Chronicle of Higher Education – – (#en3177 ) [toread] Blogging, Extinction, and Sustainability – ProfHacker – teaching – (blogging academia2.0 chickenlittle #en3177 ) [toread] The Georgia Tech MOOC | A Massive Open Online Course – Loads of artifacts here.… Continue reading bookmarks for February 24th, 2012 through February 27th, 2012

bookmarks for May 29th, 2011

Digital Breadcrumbs, Purdy and Walker – Framed in a google search clone. "We call for examining the ways in which researchers actually use online resources for scholarly projects rather than lamenting how these researchers are not following prescribed models of efficient, purposeful online research. We, in other words, seek to consider the value of researchers'… Continue reading bookmarks for May 29th, 2011