Download. On this episode of TTT Monika Hardy and Paul Allison talk with Valerie Burton and Chad Sansing. We are also be joined by Jo Paraiso, whose students in Oakland, CA have been all over Youth Voices recently: http://youthvoices.net/Fremont What have you been noticing? What dreams are you working to make come true? What connections [...]
Download Another story of +Connected Learning on this episode of TTT. We are joined by Ed Martinez, +Fred Mindlin, and Dan Spelce to discuss "Forage IV," a pilot program supported in part by NWP's collaboration with the MacArthur Foundation's Digital Literacy Initiative. Integrating art with environmental education, we support teachers in linking their existing curriculum [...]
Download. On this episode of TTT we learn more about connected learning, city as school, using media in justice-based education and more! Educators from the Detroit Future Schools (DFS) program http://schools.detroitfuture.org share their experiences of attempting to re-invent the practice and purpose of education. Show More Summary
I was meaning to blog this when it happened a couple weeks ago. I was unduly pleased to receive a celebrity Twitter “favorite” to a smart-ass retweet: One of things I love about this exchange is that Micheal McDonald’s Twitter … Continue reading ?
J Cage – tapa shared CC by maulurizen I was sent this fantastic video by my friend and TRU co-conspirator Irwin: It took me a while to place the voice, but of course it’s John Cage. I’m reminded of a … Continue reading ?
cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog Time keeps on running past me, teasing, “Nyeh nyeh, you are BEHIND on blogging”. Dirty scumbag, that Time. Now it is closing in one a month since my 3 week jaunt to parts of Asia, and huge tracts of land remain uncharted. Show More Summary
Download. On this episode of TTT join Will Richardson @willrich45 to discuss: With teachers and learning everywhere, why do we need schools? This is the third in a series of webcasts done in collaboration with the National Writing Project's Connected Learning Inquiry Group, which is led by Jennifer Woolven @mswollven and Joel Malley @joelmalley. On [...]
This week's program brings a telephone interview with author Dan Flynn of FlynnFiles.com who wrote a piece at The American Spectator that was commented upon by The Annoyed Librarian. After that there are a couple examples provided by federal agencies of how not to do public service announcements. Show More Summary
cc licensed ( BY NC SA ) flickr photo shared by volperic Late night fiddling, don’t ask why– I was doing my photo editing and saw nothing on #ds106 radio, so set out to play somethimg from iTunes. For some reason, Nicecast no longerShow More Summary
I’m bringing ds106 to the 2013 TCC Online Conference (the 18th Annual “Technology, Colleges and Community” Online Conference). This keynote session (look at my along side Terry Anderson, I cannot wait for some of his trademark jokes) is listed as Dim the Lights: The ds106 Show. Show More Summary
(Audio Link, 2:45)Ars 0 1by Doug StormIn fact it's possible to interpretinformation carried by a messageas essentially the negation ofits entropy and the negation logof its probability; more probableless illuminating. Governing byrecent...Show More Summary
Radio program - On the Media - A special hour on our changing understanding of ownership and how it is affected by the law. An author and professor who encourages creative writing through plagiarism, 3D printing, fan fiction & fair use, and the strange tale of who owns "The Happy Birthday Song" Download full program here. See a list of the individual segments of the show here.
This week's program is brief as it propounds an alternative in a providing support in a particular case and provides some news briefs. Related links: LISNews: Dale Askey Support Facebook Page Canadian Government Offices in the U.S. PCMag.com:...Show More Summary
Excerpted from an essay in The New Age in 1917. (Unabridged audio recordings of the parts of the essay at the links.)Part I (sound file)Now, apart from intensive national propaganda, quite apart from German national propaganda, the 'university system' of Germany is evil. Show More Summary
I’m bored of cows as a MOOCy metaphor; I found a new one: cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by Another Seb Isn’t he cute? The inspiration comes from a wise one — Neil Young — in The Donkey and Digital Music: The Full Dive Into Media Interview. Show More Summary
This is something that my wife, Brenda, has been going on about for a couple of weeks. I’ve only, in the last couple of days, started to pay attention to my state’s recently elected Republican Governor. We elect a conservative official and I think, “He a Republican, but his an adult, mature, and responsible. He [...]
This week's program is presented by owner/engineer Mike Kellat as the usual presenter is away. Related links: UK National Libraries Day Jessamyn West: Should it be okay to sue librarians for saying your books are bad? Download here (MP3)...Show More Summary
It is tempting, always, to try to explain why some things are important, important to every single soul of us...those of us here or those of us reading blogs that same the exact opposite of what this one does. However, the rule of change is that it must come from within. Show More Summary
While attending the TCEA 2013 Campus Leadership Academy, I had a chance to listen to Dr. Cindy Cummings, Dr. Diane Mason, Dr Kay Abernathy, and Dr. Sheryl Abshire speak on the following topic:Web 2.0, Literacy, and ePortfoliosJoin an...Show More Summary
Left to Right: Marguerite Lowak, Jaime Casap, Mary Ray "Collaboration," says Jaime Casap, "is the new normal." Amen to that! Jaime did a great job on this keynote delivered at TCEA 2013 State Conference's Google Academy.On Monday at TCEA 2013 State Conference, I had a chance to attend the GoogleAcademy Keynote given by Jaime Casap. Show More Summary