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Seeing Ourselves Through Technology

I just finished reading Jill Walker-Rettberg’s 2014 book Seeing Ourselves Through Technology: How We Use Selfies, Blogs and Wearable Devices to See and Shape Ourselves. There are so many things I love about this book, but because I am so passionate … Continue reading

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Drones and Education: a view from above

Now I am not going to pretend like I am doing anything right now with drones except having a lot of fun and taking some interesting pictures. But I am in the education field and I have been reading articles … Continue reading

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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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Prisoner106: The First Week

This week we are focusing on three episodes: “The Arrival,” “Free for All,” and “Dance of the Dead.” I love the episode “The Arrival” – I think McGoohan’s performance is electric: he is manic, brutal, pacing back and forth in … Continue reading

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A Brief History of the Future of Education

This is the presentation I did at DET/CHE on how the future is represented in media reflecting the promises and fears of technology with some of the implications for our vision of education: This is a subject I have been … Continue reading

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