Tag Archives: splots

Fellowship of the SPLOT

We are big fans of the SPLOT at Reclaim Hosting, and Alan Levine has been doing a ton of work developing and managing these tools over the last couple of years. Not so much because folks are paying him too, … Continue reading

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The Idea Generator

A year ago I went to Karlstad University with Tom Woodward thanks to the kind invitation from the great Jörg Pareigis to run a workshop for a group of faculty running open courses. It was a fun workshop, we used ds106 as … Continue reading

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Reclaiming SPLOTs

I already blogged this summer about my growing excitement about the possibilities for SPLOTs (which is an acronym for simple teaching tools) for Reclaim Hosting. But after a recent trip to Colgate University, I’m ever more bully on these tiny … Continue reading

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Let’s Get Small: SPLOTTING the Future

I believe we can #SPLOT https://t.co/aOR4o0VJR9 — Jim Groom (@jimgroom) July 30, 2017 I am winding up my time in Australia today and I have a ton of things to write about between the awesome people I’ve met, places I’ve … Continue reading

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OER16 In Conversation

In an ongoing effort to chronicle all the OER16 goodness, I wanted to point to this 20 minute conversation I had with Ammie Scott and John Johnston for Radio Edutalk. I just re-listened to the audio because it had been almost … Continue reading

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The Smallest Possible Blog Post About SPLOTS or TSPBPASPLOTS

Increasingly intrigued with SPLOTS.

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