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Edu Tech Time Machine

This should be filed under “the-more-things-change-the-more-they-remain-the-same” if I had such a file. I was waiting in the library for a faculty member to return from a meeting the other day and I took off the shelf the Jan. 1960 copy … Continue reading

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Online Learning: To Do is To Be

There is an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education that declares “In Online Courses,┬áStudents Learn More by Doing Than by Watching.” Never mind how incredibly obvious this is – but the article completely ignores any distinction between online classes … Continue reading

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ds106: Open Pedagogy or Personality Cult?

I think it is important to talk about why DS 106 is successful as a class. In some online conversations, the question has come up over whether or not the course can be reproduced elsewhere or not. As an instructional … Continue reading

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