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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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Online Tutoring in 2016

I received a note the other day from Dave Krevitt of www.withcoach.com, an online hosting service for tutors and teachers. He sent me a link to an interesting study they did on online tutoring. They surveyed 279 tutors from around … Continue reading

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Siemens and Downes on “Preparing for the Digital University”

For some great week-end reading in the edu world, I recommend George Siemens et al.’s “Preparing for the Digital University: a review of the history, and¬†current state of distance, blended, and online learning” which I first read about in Downes … Continue reading

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