What I’m reading 11 Mar 2018 – 21 Apr 2018

There is no perceived IT generation gap: Young people really are thick • The Register – The middle-aged Register speaks to the medicare-aged retiring. There’s more time to stay further in front of the curve when you’re old.> The kids of my day bantered in rhyming slang and Nadsat; these days they speak StartUp and… Continue reading What I’m reading 11 Mar 2018 – 21 Apr 2018

What I’m reading 30 Aug 2016 through 9 Oct 2016

A decentralized web would give power back to the people online – Want open? Start with open federation. – (oer fedwiki openaccess federation ) Institutionalized – Mike's recent paean to changing the institution from within. – (oer open_learning open ) Clueless Microsoft language processing – It might be crap, but it can only get better… Continue reading What I’m reading 30 Aug 2016 through 9 Oct 2016

Morgan’s pinboard for 2 Jan 2015 through 8 Jan 2015

Peer 2 Peer University – Because anyone who's looking in should get a link to p2pu. [insert fork pun here]. – (courseware p2p ) Harmonizing Learning and Education -e-Literate – large OV in response to Cormier, Downes, et al concerning active learning, course design, lib Ed. The title says it all, but here's some more:… Continue reading Morgan’s pinboard for 2 Jan 2015 through 8 Jan 2015

bookmarks for February 6th, 2011

[toread] INVENTIO – Theory & Practice of Designing Digital Genres for Learning & Leisure – a large project grant proposal – (none) [toread] Seeley Brown Minds on Fire: Open Education, the Long Tail, and Learning 2.0 – Survey of open Ed projects and change in pedagogy. – (Ple mooc open_learning social_learning en3177 ) [toread] Cursive… Continue reading bookmarks for February 6th, 2011

bookmarks for November 3rd, 2010

Colleges Transform the Liberal Arts – The Chronicle of Higher Education – Rebrand the lib arts: "Taking a new form and, in some cases, going by a new name, the liberal arts are becoming a very visible force in the curricular lives of students. What's more, the number of students majoring in most humanities fields—disciplines… Continue reading bookmarks for November 3rd, 2010

bookmarks for September 5th, 2010

Through the Open Door: Open Courses as Research, Learning, and Engagement – – (MOOC open_learning ) ‘Open Teaching’: When the World Is Welcome in the Online Classroom – Brief overview of open courses. Worth referring to in order to see how open courses are an attitude, not a technology. Comments from Siemens and Drexler correct… Continue reading bookmarks for September 5th, 2010