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

[toread] Bad Data Can Lead To Bad Policy: College students don’t spend $1,200+ on textbooks -e-Literate – – (oer ) An Inconvenient Proof – A primer on data collection and processing. "Unless individuals are offered personal clouds or methodologies that provide privacy by design, it’s time to recognize that keeping people from controlling their personal… Continue reading What I’m reading 30 Oct 2015 through 9 Nov 2015

Morgan’s pinboard for 9 Feb 2015 through 17 Feb 2015

What’s in a Brand Name: the Sounds of Persuasion – Bibliographic OV of branding words – (rhetoric erhetoric corporatecreep ambient_awareness ) RISD Experimental Publishing Studio – Yes, a syllabus as a manifesto. As they should be. – (dh printculture publishing ) [toread] Brands Are Not Your Friends – – (branding )

on pinboard for May 2nd, 2014 through May 4th, 2014

Alternatives to the Growing Corporate Model of Education and Educational Assessment – With corporate assessment comes corporate devaluing. Faculty write the book ok. "In addition, and this is rather odd, assessment places an extremely high value on conformity. This is odd because we’re seeing it arise right now in a culture that, at the same… Continue reading on pinboard for May 2nd, 2014 through May 4th, 2014

bookmarks for March 4th, 2013 through March 7th, 2013

A New Era of Unfounded Hyperbole | Siva Vaidhyanathan | Cato Unbound – when Siva speaks, listen. "MOOCs, on the other hand, are more like fancy textbooks. They are all about the mass market and not the rich connectivity that established online courses offer their limited collection of students. MOOCs condense and fracture course material… Continue reading bookmarks for March 4th, 2013 through March 7th, 2013