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Blogging 2010: Celebrating and Recognising Reciprocal Altruism

I was fascinated to read about this year's nominations for the Edublog Awards. There are thirty-one nominations for the Individual Edublog Award. Always Learning An A-Z of...

Vicarious Learning and Reciprocal Altruism

I follow 257 people on Twitter and am moving towards 500 tweets. Whenever I access Twitter I find a treasure trove of links and...

Jamie Coles Guest Post 1: What Makes the Perfect Sport Performance Analyst?

Foreword I am delighted that the Clyde Street blog will host three guest posts written by Jamie Coles. I was introduced to Jamie during his undergraduate...

A road not taken

Introduction I posted my 1000th blog post on Clyde Street this month. Even after this number of posts (since June 2008), each time I write I...

Sharing Openly

This week's ePortfolio Forum in Canberra has prompted me to think about sharing openly personal stories about learning. A post by Helen Blunden (shared with...

Sharing, Giving

I received a video alert from John Kessel this morning. He shared a YouTube link that a friend had shared with him. I thought I would...

c-ness

I have not written many posts in the past two months. I have been a peripheral participant in many conversations and have admired from...

ProCurate

I wrote a post about voluntary and professional associations yesterday. In the post I quoted Steve Rosenbaum: Associations are a veritable content creation machine. These groups...

Blogging About Blogging

I have been blogging for some time. This WordPress blog dates back to June 2008. I have Blogger, Tumblr and Posterous blog accounts too. This week a...

InSPIRING

There will be an official opening of the InSPIRE Centre at the University of Canberra this week. I see the Centre as a physical tipping...