Tag Archives: Brian Lamb

Uncanny EdTech

It’s funny how things align, just the other day Tom and I were chatting about some old presentations, particularly the Ed-Tech Survivalist’s “swamp of knowledge,” and I was thinking this is very much inline with my best memories of talking … Continue reading

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DMLL EXPO 2016: the Videos

I edited my original post with the link to the YouTube video to my presentation for the DMLL EXPO 2016 two months ago. I was particularly excited to hear that YouTube had flagged the video for copyright violation. They are … Continue reading

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The Reclaiming Innovation Roadshow at Coventry University

At the end of April Brian Lamb and I spent three days on the ground at Coventry University. We were cordially invited by the great Daniel Villar-Onrubia given his interest in an EDUCAUSE Review article we wrote back in 2014 titled “Reclaiming … Continue reading

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The Un-education of a Technologist: From EDUPUNK to ds106

Below are the slides and a transcript of the text I planned to follow when I delivered my talk this morning at the EDEN Annual Conference in Barcelona. That said, I didn’t keep to the script because I get too excited … Continue reading

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Open as a Power Relation

I’ve been co-teaching a True Crime course here at UMW (which is a blast), and last night we discussed [[Michel Foucault]]’s [[Discipline and Punish]]. If any of you out there were in grad school during the 1990s or early ’00s … Continue reading

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