Category Archives: openlearning

Reappropriating Innovation

May 13-16 I visited the lovely Thompson Rivers University campus in Kamloops, British Columbia for the Canadian Network for Innovation in Education conference. The theme was confluence, which draws on the unique geography of Kamloops, situated at the confluence of the North and South Thompson Rivers. The concept of water meeting was mimetic through many […]

Just Bloody fun: 1840s GIF Party

Everyone loves a good 1840s GIF party. There’s an amazing collection of them growing as part of this DS106 assignment, at the GIFfight Tumblr, many by the CogDog himself. I chose to GIF up this Oil paint on canvas Ellen Terry as Lady Macbeth (1889) by John Singer Sargent (1856‑1925).  The famous actress, Dame Ellen Terry (1847-1928), is shown here […]

HEQCO Report on Online Learning [visualized]

HECQO released “How Online Learning Affects Productivity, Cost and Quality in Higher Education: An Environmental Scan and Review of the Literature” by Tom Carey and David Trick. Tom will be at Brock University on August 7 to discuss this report with 25 eLearning folks from 16 Ontario Universities. The report is split into 3 parts: […]

Connect2013

While visiting the fastest blogger in the west, I’m challenged to complete all my draft blog posts, starting with this one from May 2013. What happened in May? Well, Niagara Falls was home to Connect 2013 a Canadian learning and technology conference. My colleague, Dr. Camille Rutherford was on the planning committee so I was […]