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Audio Recordings and Blog Posts

Introduction Alan Levine has had a close look at the inclusion of audio recordings in WordPress blog posts (link). He looked at SPLOT Box (link) as...
Typing at a keyboard.

Blogging

Introduction I really enjoy writing blog posts on Clyde Street. I have been blogging on WordPress since 2008 and am approaching my 2000th post. I...

Networks

My son, Sam, has just written a post about systems and networks (link). I found the post really interesting in a paternal sense and...

Microcontent: narratives and attention

How do online courses engage learners? Alan Levine explores this issue in a post titled Seeking Answers: Can a Narrative Tie a Course Together? (link)....

Thinking about course design

I have been thinking about designing University courses in an age of open educational resources. My particular interest at the moment is the combination of...

Creating our own spaces

It has been a fascinating week for reading and reflecting on shared links. It started with Kurt Lindley's exploration of social capital. In his post...

Presence, Structured Exposure and Desire

Introduction Two years ago, Clay Shirky wrote about asking students in his class to put their laptops away. A recent Medium alert brought my attention...

The fractal potential of microlearning

Introduction I read James Gleick's introduction to chaos when it appeared in 1987. It fascinated me then and still does now. Three recent posts by Audrey...

#coachlearninginsport: technology, data and pedagogy

Introduction Two blog posts last week set me off thinking about technology, data and coach learning. Both posts came to me through my Medium alerts. Mark and...

Space for Personal Learning

A drone camera, a Tokyo bookshop and a line from a Moncton newsletter combine in this post to support a discussion about personal learning...