“If anyone wants to take the HTML version and create an Egyptian hieroglyphics version delivered via 1988 version of HyperCard – well, they can”
The story of how I was mocked into upgrading my phone and how that raises a bunch of questions about mobile learning.
Entomological adventures in cross-continental inquiry & collaboration over Twitter.
I often reflect on the things I learnt during high school but this will be the first time I’ve ever put them into writing. I guess there are three main take-aways.
I am the morning DJ on DS106
Playing all the hits for you wherever you may be
The bright good-morning voice who’s heard but never seen
Feeling all of thirty-five going on thirteen
and all that remained were the listeners
having a conversation
and the words shape shifted into
these incredible hybrid beasts
In honour of my twitter getting hijacked by badge discussions, I made an animated GIF of the most frequently tweeted youtube link, “We don’t need…
So…I’m going to try and participate in two MOOCs this term. The #Change11 MOOC introduces “participants to the major contributions being made to the field…
Just last month, Alan Levine (@cogdog) and his StoryBox rolled through Ontario and made the landmark stop here in Welland, Ontario. I have been excited…