Category Archives: collaboration

Shakespeare and Collaborative Learning

I am not sure what kind of post this is – a somewhat interesting note about the history of collaborative learning, authorship, and open practices. I am looking a bit into the history of collaborative learning as part of a … Continue reading

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NWeLearn 2018 – Call for Proposals Ends April 16!

NB: Wipe those tears, the gin from your chin, and put down those tax forms: it is elearning conference time! I am on the board for this conference, and I think it is one of the best little gems in the … Continue reading

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Wikis – More than Text and Context

Image via WikipediaPresenter(s):Amber Evans (Virgina Tech)M. Aaron Bond (Virginia Tech)Karen Swenson (Virginia Tech)Description: Dr. Karen Swenson, a 2010 Teaching With Sakai Innovation Award finalist, uses the Sakai wiki with her students to “think about important issues presented through works of … Continue reading

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Writing with Technology

Image by churl via Flickr Usually my life as a writer and my life as an instructional designer do not intersect much. I did begin life as a tutor and English teacher though. There has always been an element of … Continue reading

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12 Free Learning Networks for Students and Academics

Image via Wikipedia The rise of new online technologies has reshaped the way people learn. Print reference sources, though still valuable, are no longer the primary gateway to information. Students and other academics have turned to social networks and collaborative … Continue reading

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Google Wave in Education

Image by Monica A. via Flickr Google Wave is opening to the public soon. Even before it is out of the gate, there are pronouncements on what it is and is not good for. And since this is an education … Continue reading

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