bookmarks for May 21st, 2012

Layering Personal Learning Environments – – (ple ) [toread] Wikipedia in the Classroom | NiCHE – Network in Canadian History & Environment – – (wikipedia education fyw techwriting ) Tree of Codes by Jonathan Safran Foer – review | Books | The Guardian – Guardian provides a solid ov if the context and origin of… Continue reading bookmarks for May 21st, 2012

bookmarks for January 20th, 2012 through January 24th, 2012

Are Your Internets Broken Today? – not authorative but fundamental: "No, I can’t just lift stuff from there; all I can do with Wikipedia is gain an understanding of dozens of things I know nothing about." – (sopa pipa censorship wikipedia ) danah boyd | apophenia » We need to talk about piracy (but we… Continue reading bookmarks for January 20th, 2012 through January 24th, 2012

bookmarks for April 8th, 2011

Tenure Awarded Based in Part on Wikipedia Contributions – Watching the Watchers – Finally. Let's hope it's the first of many. – (wikipedia scholarship2.o socialpractices ) The death of Fame: anonymity in the age of digital activism – Fame is changing, and is pinned to the medium: broadcast constructed, to viewer constructed, to popularity, to… Continue reading bookmarks for April 8th, 2011

bookmarks for September 8th, 2010 through September 14th, 2010

edtechpost – PLE Diagrams – Mother of all PLE diagrams compilation – (#plenk2010 ple visualization ) if:book: the truth is in the back and forth – A complete history of the Wikipedia article on the Iraq War (the second one) in XII volumes, printed. We *so* need a semiotics of writing. "Four years later, we… Continue reading bookmarks for September 8th, 2010 through September 14th, 2010

looking forward to looking forward

We’re beginning to wrap things up in Weblogs and Wikis. Starting tomorrow, we’re back to face to face meetings with two ends: project presentations, and some discussions of implications – looking back and looking forward. The discussion idea came to me late last week when I ran into a posting on The Ed Techie, a… Continue reading looking forward to looking forward