Category Archives: Instructional Technology

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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IST 402: Emerging Technologies

I had this as part of my previous post about HAX, but it was getting unruly, so I am exercising my rarely used editorial authority to make this its own post. In addition to all the HAX work, Bryan Ollendyke … Continue reading

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OWLTEH’s Learning on the Open Web Event

On the 25th of next month I’ll be attending Open Web for Learning and Teaching Expertise Hub (OWLTEH) conference dedicated to“Learning on/with the Open Web” in Coventry. And if you frequent those parts and are interested in exploring approaches to … Continue reading

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The Idea Generator

A year ago I went to Karlstad University with Tom Woodward thanks to the kind invitation from the great Jörg Pareigis to run a workshop for a group of faculty running open courses. It was a fun workshop, we used ds106 as … Continue reading

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LMS Dogma

I mentioned in my last post that I recently was invited to talk to a group of students in Eddie Maloney’s Technology Innovation by Design course. This group are the pioneers of Georgetown’s new Masters program in Learning and Design. I … Continue reading

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