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Bildungs Punk at Re:publica 18

I’ve been procrastinating this post because I have so much to say about my time at the Re:publica conference in Berlin almost two weeks ago, but that never works out well.* So, where to start? I think I’ll start with … Continue reading

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WordPress, Movements, and the PressED Twitter Conference

Still buzzing (and a bit bleary eyed) after #pressedconf18 last night. Can't imagine how @Pgogy & @nlafferty must feel! Really looking forward to catching up with all the sessions I missed yesterday. — Lorna M. Campbell (@LornaMCampbell) March 30, 2018 … Continue reading

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THETA 2017 Post Mortem

It’s a couple of weeks now since I was at THETA 2017 in Auckland, New Zealand and I am almost fully adjusted before my next trip in a week. It’s been quite the year for travel so far, after the … Continue reading

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Nexa Stop, Torino

Palazzo Madama at dusk, Torino Bad accents based on terrible cross-cultural puns are the best blog titles ever, right? Don’t answer that. Last week at this time I was heading back from a two-day sojourn to Torino. I was invited … Continue reading

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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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Does Ed-Tech have an Ethos?

This is the question that guided the interactive presentation Maha Bali and I gave together at the AMICAL conference in Rome last month. We finally got around to write about that presentation for the AMICAL blog, and you can find … 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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A POEJAM in Porto

Last week I spent a few days in beautiful Porto, Portugal at the Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM) Conference thanks to the kind invite from Graham Atwell. Since last April we had been planning a different kind of keynote: the People’s Open … Continue reading

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The Uneducation of a Technologist Interview

In April I presented at the European Distance and Elearning Network conference (EDEN), along with the likes of Maarten da Laat, Audrey Watters, and Martin Weller. You can see many of these presentations on EDEN’s YouTube account. I wrote about … Continue reading

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The People’s Open Education Jam or, Say it with a GIF

This Friday I will be co-presenting with Graham Atwell at the  Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality (TEEM’15) in Porto, Portugal.  The talk is something we kind of half-baked up at EDEN15 this past April in Barcelona, and we have been playing with over … Continue reading

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