Category Archives: Instructional Technology

Professional Development in the Cloud

I am just coming off  a couple of hours of watching Stephen Downes work his way through some of my Ghost tutorials. It’s not only quite useful for me to watch someone make heads or tails of my tutorials, but … Continue reading

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Building a Community Showcase for Domains and Beyond

On Wednesday, January 12th from 12-1pm EST, Reclaim’s latest edition of awesome, Taylor Jadin, will be sharing a site template he created in WordPress—something of a SPLOT—that will help folks quickly and easily build a website for showcasing work. It … Continue reading

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Watching You Watching Me

Stephen Downes linked me to a video that documents his following my documentation for spinning up Ghost in Reclaim Cloud. I have to say I was a bit worried it would end in frustration, but luckily it had a happy … Continue reading

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Reclaim EdTech

Yesterday was in many ways the start of something new, fun, and cool at Reclaim Hosting:  the first team meeting of Reclaim’s emergent instructional technology team. I realized during that two-hour-marathon-meeting-that-did-not-suck that I’ve been waiting near-on nine years for this … Continue reading

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The Sisyphean Labor of Link Love

I woke up this morning to a Twitter exchange between Alan Levine and Ken Bauer about creating a plugin that points dead links on a blog to the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine: I might need a WordPress plugin than converts … Continue reading

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Some Welcome Love for the LAMP Stack

I, too, love LAMP. In @readtedium, @ShortFormErnie "shines a light on LAMP, the background tools that, together, turned the internet into a machine that anyone could run." cc @jimgroom @timmmmyboy @brumface https://t.co/B7Sw5vKFr1 — David D. LaCroix (@DavidDLaCroix) September 4, 2021 … Continue reading

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Between the Chapters: The Web

Between the Chapters: A #Podcast Book Club for the 25 @YearsEd of #EdTech – about the "book club" & audiobook project I'm working on with @edtechfactotum based on @mweller 's open book: https://t.co/NW8jrOcNhv pic.twitter.com/a9FR9gr4XL — Laura Pasquini, PhD (@laurapasquini) November … Continue reading

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Talking Digital Identity with GO-GN

There is no better feeling than when some of your plodding experimentation starts to come together after several months of work. Yesterday I had the distinct pleasure of presenting to the GO-GN network about digital identity. I asked Martin Weller … Continue reading

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A Radio of One’s Own: an Interview with Taylor Jadin on #ds106radio

In less than 10 minutes I will be joined by @TaylorJadin on #ds106radio to talk about a "Radio of One's Own" Lock it in! https://t.co/vXRNHb42Qc — Jim Groom (@jimgroom) May 8, 2020 This past Friday I had the distinct pleasure … Continue reading

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After this there will be no more good clean online fun

I’m not sure how it happened, but I found myself poking some fun at Matt Crosslin and Brian Lamb on Twitter based on this exchange: "Online learning should be fast, fun, crazy, unplanned, and inspirational." I worry about statements like … Continue reading

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