Monthly Archives: April 2009

Are you open enough for OpenEd 2009? Take this handy quiz.

OPEN, originally uploaded by mag3737. I’ve had a few people tell me that while they hope to attend the Open Education Conference (August 12-14 in the shockingly delightful city of Vancouver), they are not sure that their own work or … Continue reading

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Ladies and Gentlemen….

There’s been a fair bit of buzz on Twitter this week about The Coh, some about his ongoing “give me a new nestegg” tour (which I personally can’t afford to top up), some about the music… The National Film Board … Continue reading

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Cross the chasm with us at OpenEd 2009

It’s going to be one hot summer here in Vancouver, as I am thrilled to be one of the co-organizers of the 6th Annual Open Education Conference, hosted by UBC at its downtown Robson Square campus, August 12-14. OpenEd has … Continue reading

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ZEMOS98: Losing my edge never felt so good…

Photo by Julio Albarrán [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Yeah, I’m losing my edge. I’m losing my edge. The kids are coming up from behind. It’s been more than a week since I came home from the Symposium … Continue reading

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as ye sow… towards a reciprocal economy

as ye sow, originally uploaded by Shira Golding. I have about five blog posts of my own stacked up in my mental queue, but I can’t resist pointing at Martin Weller’s latest. I really admire Martin’s gift for expressing complex … Continue reading

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