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Building with Howard: Creating an Open Source Learning Environment Pt 3

This is part 3 of a series Howard Rheingold and I have been working on to demonstrate out the open how to create a learning environment using open source tools like WordPress, MediaWiki, and more. go here for all the … Continue reading

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Building with Howard: Creating an Open Source Learning Environment Pt 2

This is part two of a series Howard Rheingold and I are working on wherein we’re openly building the framework for his Social Media Issues course using a variety of open source tools, plugins, themes, extensions, etc. This is really … Continue reading

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Building with Howard: Creating a Learning Environment with Open Source Tools Pt 1

Yesterday I had the distinct pleasure to sit down with Howard Rheingold—at least virtually—and go through the process of setting up a course hub using WordPress. The above video is the first part of a series in which we will … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk ds106 #4life: An Interview with Howard Rheingold

DS106: An Open, Participatory, Student-centric, Community-focused Course on Digital Storytelling from DML Research Hub on Vimeo. I didn’t realize it at the time, but this interview with Howard Rheingold for the DML Central blog would be the beginning of—as well … Continue reading

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How Automobiles, Super Highways, and Containerization helped me understand the future of the Web

What follows is a scripted draft of the presentation I gave Friday, January 9th at the OU TechExpo at the University of Oklahoma. Also, below is the abstract I was working off, as you can probably tell the two are often very … Continue reading

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Connected Courses: It’s Time to Reclaim Your Domain

For more than a decade I’ve been circling around one pretty basic idea: the open web kicks learning management systems (LMS) asses when it comes to teaching and learning in higher ed. I’ve said it far less succinctly than that on … Continue reading

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Connected Courses

It’s been a long while since I posted on the bavablog, but I have a few good reasons as to why. I’ll be blogging about each of them over the next week or so (I’m back in the blog game!), … Continue reading

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Wiki Embed: Telling the True Crime Story

In my last post I talked about how excited I am that students are building a resource using the true crime wiki as part of the course Paul Bond and I are teaching this semester. I wanted to use this … Continue reading

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Reclaim Open Learning: ds106 is winning!

I’m happy to report that ds106 has been selected as one of five winners of the Reclaim Open Learning Innovation Contest sponsored by the Digital Media and Learning Hub at UC Irvine and the MIT Media Lab. Alan Levine, Martha Burtis, … Continue reading

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What I’m up to….

Think of this as a placeholder post until I can get around blogging each one of the points below in some detail. We’re already midway through week 2 of the semester and I’m desparately trying to keep my head above … Continue reading

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