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The Text and the Creation of Meaning

One of the most exciting books I read last year was Aviya Kushner’s The Grammar of God: A Journey into the Words and Worlds of the Bible (2015). I am not a particularly religious person, and it has been years … Continue reading

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NWeLearn: E-Texts as Collaborative Engagement

This is another presentation I gave at the Northwest eLearn Conference in Bend, OR on Oct. 17. There will be recordings of this presentation available later but I wanted the attendees to have a copy of it now. Some of … Continue reading

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Hypothes.is: The Web That Was Meant To Be

This post is way over-due. I have been using the online collaborative annotation tool, Hypothesis, for a while now. I participated in the Annotating Engelbart Project which used Hypothes.is as the central tool/task for the project; I started using it … Continue reading

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Things go better with print?

I had some spam article from Skylight Press pushed to my Facebook feed by Business Insider. The clickbait reads “A new study shows that students learn way more effectively from print textbooks than screens.” So first off, it is not … Continue reading

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