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Considering Blogging as a Scholarly Activity

Introduction A few weeks ago I was invited to blog about blogging. I have had a number of responses to the post and in this post...

Grazing on the periphery

It has been a great week for grazing ... much of it enabled by Mara Averick's open sharing. It started with news of Alison Hill's...

Coach education: watch making and pinball?

This morning, John Kessel shared a poem with me (and his network of coaches) written by Terry Pettit. The title is If I Could...

Digital environments and opportunities to learn

I spotted this tweet this morning. https://twitter.com/LindaRegber/status/717869601045016576 and thought about my hierarchy. The Museum of Modern Art has an interactive visualisation of David McCandless's 2009 Hierarchy. This is...

Sharing #eBreakthroughs

I was delighted to be involved in Teaching and Learning's eBreakthrough Workshop facilitated by Peter Copeman and Jen Smith at the University of Canberra. There were...

Finding, Losing and Re-Finding Balance

Introduction I receive a daily RSS feed from the Scholarly Kitchen blog. Today, I was alerted to David Crotty's discussion of ecosystems. His post included a...

Togetherness

One of my morning digital feeds brings me the Cowbird story of the day. Today, I read Sam Graham-Felsen's The Boat Kids of Jambiani. In...

Another View

Introduction I am presenting a paper at this year's Sporting Traditions XIX Conference in Canberra. It is titled Produsing Historical Narratives. I aim to explore some...

Separated and Connected

Earlier this morning I was corresponding with a friend from Estonia. Early morning rural Australia fits in well with late night Tallinn. We were discussing...

Connecting and Flipping

I wrote about Flipping yesterday. Overnight Mark Upton commented on the post. I admire Mark's work immensely and was delighted he shared links to examples...