Yearly Archives: 2012

Recording how to listen

Do you wanna listen to DS106radio on your iPhone, iPod or iPad? I made this for you! how to set up FStream on your iDevice Here’s the short summary: type in – http://208.82.115.69/live More information available at: http://networkeffects.ca ===== Notes on DispRecorder I used a new (slightly expensive at $10) app called DispRecorder to screen… Read More »

Sakai OAE: a bazaar in the cathedral?

Last week I drew up some visual notes for the seminal article on openness:Cathedral & the Bazaar. cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by giulia.forsythe After reading some really thoughtful posts by Ken Romeo, Phil Hill and Michael Feldstein, I can’t help but wonder if the Sakai Foundation has taken too… Read More »

Nothing Can Stop It!

cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by giulia.forsythe Starring Sebastian Thrun and all those xMOOCS: Udacity, Coursera, EDx (because they are the ones that get all the attention) but produced, directed and thought about by George Siemens, Alec Couros, Dave Cormier, Stephen Downes. Poster based on The Blob illustrated movie poster,… Read More »

38 Special

cc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo shared by giulia.forsythe On Wednesday August 29 I was in the middle of facilitating an intensive 3 day Instructional Skills workshop for graduate students. It was also my 38th birthday. It’s been an excellent year for me but for some inexplicable reason I’ve had a bit… Read More »

Archiving Insights

I’ve just returned from three excellent professional development events: BC Campus Online Community Enthusiasts (#OCE2012), Northern Voice (#nv12) and Society for Teaching, Learning in Higher Education (#STLHE2012) I have more specific reflections on each of those events but a very interesting question arose this week that I really want to explore. #stlhe2012 to those who… Read More »

Minecraft Me

First of all, I had NO idea how FUN Minecraft is. I think being in creative mode makes all the difference. Also using the TeamSpeak server for chatting was so great. It really felt like I was in the same room as Andy, Tim, Shannon, Ben and Allyson. Being the most experienced of the crew,… Read More »