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Earlier this month, Katherine Schulten asked What might “connected teaching” or “connected learning” — that is, using technology to build communities and share knowledge...

Pool of Dreams

My wife, Sue, and I have been in Sydney for six weeks. We were fortunate to be able to stay in an apartment at Coogee...

Sharing Openly

I look forward to receiving my daily link to a Cowbird story. Today I was delighted to learn about Elis Bradshaw's story, I Do It...

A Small (Augmented) World

Each Saturday morning we have a family visit to Dojo Bakery in Braidwood. In the lane on the way to Dojo we usually see Bronwyn...

Down the Lane: Socialising and Socialisation

Most Saturday mornings we have a family visit to Dojo Bakery in Braidwood. I was particularly aware of it being a family occasion this Saturday. My...

R U OK? 2011

Last year I wrote a post about R U OK Day. This year R U OK Day is on Thursday 15 September. Gavin Larkin, the founder...

Open Educational Resources: The Writing on the Wall

I admire immensely Stephen Downes' work. Each weekday and Saturday morning here in Australia starts for me with a read of OLDaily over coffee. Each day...

Staff Development Day 1: Ballarat

I participated in a development workshop at the University of Ballarat today with staff in the School of Human Movement and Sport Sciences. The...

GROU.PS: Exploring Learning and Sharing Links

In the last week I have been glued to Twitter! On 21 December I wrote a post about Vicarious Learning and Reciprocal Altruism and...

Stephen Downes and Jeanette Winterson

Last week had a double bonus! Stephen Downes shared his video of his talk Light, Agile and Flexible: Collaborating the Web 2.0 Way....