Tag Archives: Martha Burtis

Domains 17 Interview with Martha Burtis: “Web literacy is cultural literacy”

Last Friday the Domains 17 organizing committee got to sit down and chat with Martha Burtis, keynote for the Domains 17 conference, to get a preview of what she’ll be presenting in June. There’s a lot to process in this 50 … Continue reading

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Domains 2017 Headliner: Martha Burtis

As soon as we started talking seriously about running a conference about Domain of One’s Own, the question came up about who we would want to frame the experience. There are many awesome people to choose from, but we were … Continue reading

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Re-ordering Pizza in 2015

Back in early June of this year I had the good fortune of listening to Phil Windley talking about digital identity, sovereign source identity, block chain, and much more at BYU’s The University API event. I deeply respect the caliber … Continue reading

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List Remote Comments

I already blogged about Mark Luetke‘s awesome Motherblogs Made Easy plugin, and I promised there was more. Well, here’s more. Martha Burtis already experimented with Mark’s List Remote Comments plugin on the aggregator blog she is working on for Freshman Seminar she … Continue reading

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The GIFs that Keep on Giffing

A couple of weeks ago the inimitable Martha Burtis both conceived and engineered a brilliant workshop for the freshman orientation. The session was titled “The GIFs that Keep on Giffing” and the mission was pretty straightforward, show 16 incoming freshman how … Continue reading

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DTLT’s Hurley Award Winner: Martha Burtis

I have been remiss in mentioning that one of my favorite people this side of the Rappahannock, Martha Burtis, was awarded the 2015 Hurley Award. This award is presented to an administrative/professional faculty member who performs exceptionally meritorious service to the University; demonstrates … Continue reading

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UMW Domains-Now with More Community!

Domain of One’s Own has been an unqualified success, and Martha’s post on this project provides a nice summary of where we are at six months in. We’re on track to have more than 700 folks in the UMW community with … 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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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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The Domain is Right

This past week UMW’s Division of Teaching and Learnign Technologies rolled out what’s most certainly our most ambitious project yet: Domain of One’s Own. I’ve written a lot about this project over the last year or so, and it’s surreal … Continue reading

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