What I’m reading 26 Mar 2017 through 29 Mar 2017

Semiotics and Constructing Fake News – – (none) Free Speech Is Not an Academic Value – Chronicle – Stanley Fish – Accurate speech is, free inquiry is, but free speech is an extracurricular value. The responsibility falls to the administrators: >My advice to administrators: Stop thinking of yourselves as in-house philosophers or free-speech champions or… Continue reading What I’m reading 26 Mar 2017 through 29 Mar 2017

What I’m reading 13 Feb 2016 through 20 Feb 2016

[toread] Knowing the Difference Between Digital Skills and Digital Literacies, and Teaching Both – – (digitalliteracy #en3177 via:dajbelshaw ) Digital Humanities and the Erosion of Inquiry – Hybrid Pedagogy – Just say no and get on with the work. "Both Jesse and I have watched teachers and students be silenced, cowed into conformity, broken by… Continue reading What I’m reading 13 Feb 2016 through 20 Feb 2016

What I’m reading 6 Jan 2016

Clear the Way for More Good Teachers – The Chronicle of Higher Education – Here's an idea: Use teaching to increase retention. "ratcheting down the bureaucratic mechanisms and meetings and hiring an army of good teachers. If we replaced half of our administrative staff with classroom teachers, we might actually get a majority of our… Continue reading What I’m reading 6 Jan 2016

Morgan’s pinboard for 9 Jan 2015 through 16 Jan 2015

Tributary – Tributary is an experimental environment for rapidly prototyping visualization code. The environment provides several useful libraries, as well as a simple interface for live code editing. We call these shareable code examples inlets. – (software visualization ) Semiotics Theories / Signo – Applied Semiotics Theories – – (semiotics theory ) [toread] New Clues:… Continue reading Morgan’s pinboard for 9 Jan 2015 through 16 Jan 2015

manifesto for teaching online #edcmooc

While registering for an upcoming Coursera course in E-Learning and Digital Cultures (What? Why? I’ll let you know later.), wandered over to the University of Edinburgh to get a sense of the faculty who were teaching it, and bumped sideways into their Manifesto for teaching online. I always like to read a good manifesto, and… Continue reading manifesto for teaching online #edcmooc

bookmarks for December 9th, 2012

A MOOC is not a Thing: Emergence, Disruption, and Higher Education | Open Education | HYBRID PEDAGOGY – – (#edcmooc mooc ) Learning as Performance: MOOC Pedagogy and On-ground Classes | Digital Pedagogy | HYBRID PEDAGOGY – – (mooc #edcmooc ) manifesto for teaching online – Edinburgh nails its theses to the door, loosing the… Continue reading bookmarks for December 9th, 2012

bookmarks for February 29th, 2012 through March 4th, 2012

[toread] Technology Wiki – Home – Technology Wiki – Project Bamboo Wiki – – (none) [toread] Bamboo – – (none) [toread] digitalresearchtools / FrontPage – – (none) [toread] Humanities Blast | Engaged Digital Humanities Scholarship – – (none) Digital humanities manifesto v 2 – From humanities BLAST so you know what to expect. – (Manifesto… Continue reading bookmarks for February 29th, 2012 through March 4th, 2012