Tag Archives: Martha Burtis

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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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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Domain of One’s Own Poster: Visualizing the Connections

So far we’ve had three different posters printed to promote the Domain of One’s Own initiative, and thanks to Giulia Forsythe we have yet another. Giulia’s visual not only captures all the complex facets and connections that this project represents … Continue reading

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The Credit She Never Gets

Earlier today I posted a quick video about using the ds106 assignments repository to create engagement in an online learning experience. To be clear there are many things that go into such an experience, but I’ve found the ds106 assignment … Continue reading

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A DTLT Today Weekly Round Up (9-2-11)

There were a ton of solid DTLT Today episodes last week. Tim Owens and I interviewed Antonio Vantaggiato on his work in progress (The Zen of Teaching) that interviews a variety of folks about the myths surrounding teaching, learning, and … Continue reading

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Jaws Mashup

Derek Whitaker, an internaut in Martha Burtis’s first Summer session ds106, did a memorable sound mashup using the film Jaws in this post here. And given it’s Shark Week—one of the most infuriating, sensationalized, and riveting weeks of U.S. television—-I … Continue reading

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Summer of Oblivion: The Burtis did it!

An award-winning performance by Martha Burtis right here! Not to mention the brilliant supporting actor role of Steve Greenlaw.

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