Tag Archives: Educational Technology

The mighty portable practice studio

Okay, now for a slight change of pace. This is a little open music sharing for my friends and colleagues in the open education multiverse. For some reason, open education seems to go well with guitars, basses, voices, saxophones, drums, … Continue reading

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My summer vacation (and a few lessons I learned)

My unusually lengthy summer vacation of four weeks straight was a pretty rare thing. I don’t remember taking this much of a stretch of time off in many, many years. I got to do some cool, fun and relaxing stuff, … Continue reading

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For a fistful of Doing Something Good dollars

I was browsing the Help Wanted pages of Twitter for part time work in preparation for the impending collapse of higher education and was thrilled to find a great opportunity. Unfortunately it didn’t promise pay in any currency other than … Continue reading

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Ed tech really matters: A reminder

A moment ago I followed a link in a Tweet by Stephen Harlow which he posted in response to a query regarding a learning repository: @courosa isn't #N4LPond like @MERLOTorg 2015? @cogdog diagnosed FoD Syndrome http://t.co/WaApsUfWLZ #PartyLikeIts2003 #edchatnz — Stephen … Continue reading

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A ride on the Wayback Machine

This is a temporary diversion. I went to the Wayback Machine to dig up an old series I wrote back in 1999 on a British Columbia higher education listserv (remember those?). I add it here for historical interest only. Feel … Continue reading

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Whither educational technology plans?

That’s Educational Technology with caps, I mean. In other words, the institution of Ed Tech, in the way that it emerged over the past 25 years. Educational technology that created a new wave of interest in teaching in different ways, … Continue reading

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