What I’m reading 29 Jan 2017 through 6 Feb 2017

Vie and deWinter – Disrupting Intellectual Property, from Wikis in Composition – For teachers mainly. > By challenging the authority of the single authorial voice, wikis also call into question traditional notions of intellectual property as a market commodity. These notions propagate the argument that ideas are a unique product of individual labor and can… Continue reading What I’m reading 29 Jan 2017 through 6 Feb 2017

What I’m reading 7 Jan 2017 through 13 Jan 2017

Will the last person to leave social media please – Another set of reasons to establish one's own blog, wiki, and domain: social sites serve policies for dollars and fold when the dosh runs short. Emerson, Self Reliance. – (DH weblogs socialmedia en3177 ) Cut ‘n Paste Creative Commons Flickr Attribution Helper Now For Medium… Continue reading What I’m reading 7 Jan 2017 through 13 Jan 2017

What I’m reading 31 Dec 2015 through 5 Jan 2016

Education: Where the “Customer” is the “Product” – Ah, welcome back to university. Pity no one's listening. – (none) How the Internet changed the way we read – Er, tl;dr. No evidence, nothing new. So read 'em and weep. – (reading literacy attention_economy ) The future of blogging is blogging – An end of year… Continue reading What I’m reading 31 Dec 2015 through 5 Jan 2016

What I’m reading 26 Jun 2015 through 11 Jul 2015

[toread] Moments in man-made ‘music’ and the machines behind it – – (dh ) Why I Just Asked My Students To Put Their Laptops Away… — Medium – It's interesting that we're *still* debating this one. Shirky emphasizes that it's not so much the machine as the content that lures – content that is *designed*… Continue reading What I’m reading 26 Jun 2015 through 11 Jul 2015

Morgan’s pinboard for 26 Jan 2015 through 31 Jan 2015

Newsweek designer defends his controversial tech sexism cover – – (dh a&e visual_argument visual_culture ) Blogging is very much alive — we just call it something else now — Tech News and Analysis – a shift from a place where we publish our stuff and a blogospherical network to your own little corner of the… Continue reading Morgan’s pinboard for 26 Jan 2015 through 31 Jan 2015

Morgan’s pinboard for 16 Jan 2015 through 21 Jan 2015

[toread] Rethinking Wiki Lifecycle: Sites as Bounded Conversations – Reconsidering the long slow death of revisions in federated wikis as conversation. Moving to a new party re-enlivens the talk. “Each wiki site is the product of a bounded conversation, expected to die, but also expected to be raided for the next conversation” – (sfw wiki… Continue reading Morgan’s pinboard for 16 Jan 2015 through 21 Jan 2015

Morgan’s pinboard for 20 Dec 2014 through 26 Dec 2014

Federated Education: New Directions in Digital Collaboration | Hapgood – Mike Caufield, keynote. – (sfw edtech ) the Indie Web and resistance – Indie web and other ways to resist edu-corp. – (d2l edtech ) Is Twitter the Best Option for Online Professional Development? – "Can we really insist or even recommend Twitter for PD?"… Continue reading Morgan’s pinboard for 20 Dec 2014 through 26 Dec 2014

on pinboard for November 21st, 2014 through November 23rd, 2014

DS106: Enabling Open, Public, Participatory Learning | Connected Learning – – (dh weblogs social ) Sente for PDF – and the centrality of taking notes – "The Centrality of Note Taking in Academic Thinking and Research Note taking is one of the most important and fundamental practices in academic research. Not only does it help… Continue reading on pinboard for November 21st, 2014 through November 23rd, 2014

on pinboard for September 8th, 2014

Is “Incivility” the New Communism? – Locally, our admin has tried this move to silence opposition and try to control register. It's kind of interesting to watch, but is really is a little desperate. Sad, almost, because the label just doesn't carry enough power to silence the opposition. How do you condemn incivility w/o being… Continue reading on pinboard for September 8th, 2014