Monthly Archives: June 2015

Stella, dear…

A retweet from AK brought this article from McKelvey, Tiessen & Simcoe to my attention the other day: Got it wrong: it’s not dataveillance; rather we all just live in a simulation of the Internet. — Paul-Olivier Dehaye (@podehaye) … Continue reading

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Making a MOOC-ery

Cogdog recorded a MOOC song, so I thought I’d try to play along. I probably didn’t do the song any favors. Maybe there’s a reason why The Doors didn’t have a bass player…

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Opening thoughts

Yesterday I managed to find time for the Webinar on Open Pedagogy with BCCampus. This was part of the Teaching with WordPress open course that I really should join officially. The idea (or attitude) of Open fascinates me. OERs get … Continue reading

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