Week 2 Discussions

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Please comment on one or more of these questions (feel free to add other things you’re interested in discussing):

  • What are the benefits and risks involved in open learning environments? For you? For learners?
  • What does “designing a web” mean in the context of your course/project?

WordPress for education: giddy new heights not same old LMS doldrums

Week 2 of the UBC.ca Teaching with WordPress Course                                     Well the great thing about open courses of course, is you can continue … Continue reading

A web, not a website

In Teaching with WordPress, one of the week 2 topics for discussion is to think about how to design a web. This comes from a quote from Stephen Downes in a presentation called “Design Elements in a Personal Learning Environment,” where he says: “A MOOC is a web, not a website.” Now, in this he […]

designing a web

Nancy White recently called me a ‘technology steward’ and I rather like that description for my work. It seems to fit so much better than ‘e-Learning Facilitator’. When I think of designing a web in my WP courses, I feel that stewardship is an excellent model for what I need to do. At TRU-OL, our […]

Supporting ‘open’

We’ve been renovating around here, so the facilities folks pulled all the front faces of the cabinets and drawers in the kitchen. In a sense, the results that you see below are similar to what happens when you release your work under an open license. Previously, there was only a ‘public’ view of the counter […]

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