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Reverend Jim, a little context please…

The recent discussion and commodification of “Reverend Jim” at Faculty Academy 2007 might be better understood with a bit of context. I have to admit that I’m a bit scared that without a stable referent -or at the very least … Continue reading

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Slow blogging: “An archive of learning that intersects with others learning”

Barbara Ganley poses the following question at the beginning of her talk: What is the correlation between your own personal use of Web technologies and the way you use them in the classroom? Well, what is it for me? The … Continue reading

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“It’s a movement…”

As we gear up for Faculty Academy 2007, I’d like to throw something out there. Matt Mullenweg, founding developer of WordPress, recently blogged about how his labor of love with WordPress over the last four years might be re-purposed by … Continue reading

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Faculty Academy 2007: One School to Rule them All

Well, it’s hard to believe, but the University of Mary Washington’s Faculty Academy is just five short days away -May 16th and 17th. For those of you who may be new to it, this is a unique event that has … Continue reading

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