Yearly Archives: 2008

Classroom Clicker via Google Forms

I’m teaching a section of Microcomputer Applications – an introductory level computer course.  An early topic in the semester, for me, is security and ethics.  Of course, I prefer discussion to lecture, and as I prepped this semester, I was … Continue reading

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Photosynth: Dissected Cat

I have kept an eye out for Photosynth since the beta was demonstrated at TED 2007 by Blaise Aguera y Arcas.  This morning, I was catching up on a few RSS feeds and noticed an August 21st entry by Eileen … Continue reading

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Who are you on Twitter?

Reading Sarah’s post at Ubernoggin from today regarding the notion of identity in social networks; I don’t think my comment posted properly (kept getting timed out after submitting), so I wanted to post my thoughts here.  Be sure to read … Continue reading

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Personal Learning Narratives Now Uniquely Possible

Giving more thought to Personal Learning Narratives. I believe this may be our first opportunity to truly explore personal learning narratives.  First, as Wesch has noted, we have always had a grand narrative of some sort that provided cultural context … Continue reading

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The Crisis of *Personal* Significance

I posted this thought originally as a comment to a blog entry at Mediated Cultures by Professor Wesch, but I wanted to add a few things and include it here as well. This is a developing idea that, at the … Continue reading

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