Tag Archives: Alan Levine

An Archive of One

The great Alan Levine has unearthed and posted a version of a Second Life presentation Tom Woodward and I did back in 2008. It’s a personal favorite of mine because we managed to integrate elements of John Carpenter’s They Live! … Continue reading

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ds106 Interview for Reclaim Open Learning

A couple of months ago Alan Levine, Martha Burtis, and I sat down with Anya Kamanetz to be be interviewed about ds106 for the Reclaim Open Learning initiative. I just realized this had been published on the Recalim open Learning site … Continue reading

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Boing Phonar Boing ds106

Major kudos to Jonathan Worth and  Alan Levine whose cross-course re-mix assignment was picked up by BoingBoing. Alan and Jonathon have been synchronizing and collaborating on certain assignments between Phonar and ds106, and the assignment to remix Corey Doctorow portraits taken by Jonathon himself put Phonar on the BoingBoing map. … Continue reading

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ds106 Assignment Bank 2.0

I couldn’t resist the 2.0 designation for the new ds106 assignment bank given that kind of thing is at its nadir in popularity 😉 More than a week ago Alan Levine took me through the new assignment he’s been designing … Continue reading

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Developing Story: ds106 Explained!

One of the most difficult things about ds106 is talking about it to someone who hasn’t experienced it. And that’s not because it is some insider “you had to be there” mentality, but beause it is multifarious and protean. It … Continue reading

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Reclaim Open Interview about ds106 with Anya Kamenetz

Yesterday Martha Burtis, Alan Levine, and I sat down virtually with Anya Kamenetz for an interview about ds106. The interview will be the basis of a piece Anya will writing about ds106 as part of the Reclaim Open Innovation contest it … Continue reading

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ds106: Building a Framework for Assessment

Yesterday morning I presented a session for the e-Assessment Scotland Conference alongside Martha Burtis and Alan Levine titled “ds106: A Framework for Assessment.”  I kind of mapped out a logic for the session (albeit roughly),  but thanks to technical difficulties that prevented … Continue reading

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Minding the Future – Visions for Higher Ed

I’ll write a much longer post about how this all came together so quickly, but it boggles my mind that I can even publish this right now! Suffice it to say for now OpenVA just got that much more awesome with … Continue reading

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“EdTech transmissions: We Control the Vertical and the Horizontal” at Maricopa College

Back in May I was lucky enough to be invited by the good folks of the Maricopa College System (the largest community college district in the US)  to talk about edtech as a change agent in higher education at their … Continue reading

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A Tribute to the Road Dog

Yesterday was yet another special day on the mighty ds106radio, and it was in honor of the great Alan Levine who announced that he is leaving his job (apropos of Tuesday’s work theme on ds106radio 🙂 ) and hitting the … Continue reading

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