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Trust, KoolAid, and 1000 Papercuts

This has been a provocative and challenging week for the hopes and dreams of an open and meaningful web. And while the provocations raised are by no means new, there is something in the air that feels more urgent, more in need of our attention. How timely that our Connected Courses work is focused on…

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Connected Courses: ALL THE WHY’S! o/

I am realizing how brilliant a thing it is to start with “why” in this Connected Courses kick off week. And many thanks to Mike Wesch, Mimi Ito, and Helen Keegan for getting us started. In a way, starting with “why” means we must start with reflection, something we typically reserve until the end of…

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E.T.! It’s Working! #ConnectedCourses

 I am thrilled about the upcoming launch of the Connected Course September 15. Our hope for the course is that we will be able to network and support each other as we imagine and take advantage of the potential of the open web. While I promise a longer (and more thoughtful) blog post soon addressing the…

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Connected Learning Summer

In case you haven’t seen the Connected Learning MOOC yet, you should consider checking it out. Still plenty of time to jump in and make, collaborate, and play, or even just lurk. Peter Kittle, Jarret Krone and I just finished a week leading the charge in making and thinking with memes. It has been awesome.…

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WriteOn! May 6, 2014 (Now with Pictures!)

Here are pictures from our event. Thank you to the 280 students who shared their work! Join students from English as we celebrate the papers, films, websites, poems, Ignite talks, research, and other scholarly projects they have created this semester. Our flyer with more information can be found HERE. Tuesday, May 6, 2014: 2:00-5:30pm in…