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Always on (them): Digital and Social Media use in Education #DigitalUWS

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On Thursday I attended the Always on (them): Digital and Social Media use in Education event at the University of the West of Scotland. This was organised by Professor David McGillivary.

I only stayed for the morning as I had to get back to run a twilight course.…

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Learning Project Summary: Week 6 – It’s only just begun… And now it’s over!

It is hard to believe that the six week learning project has run it's course. My Raspberry Pi (RPi) learning journey is ending. However, I know that I will be continuing this project for some time, I have only just begun to scratch the surface of what this little device can do and I am so impressed with the potential that it holds.…
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HistTheory Of Positivisit Legal Theory

The concern of the character of regulation is mostly a simple one, although it presents a variety of argumentation making it an academic preferred and a thought-provoking topic of dispute. Positivism is the term defining the school of lawful idea that follows that law is an authoritative, binding, regulative construct.…
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The Fairness Of Limited Liability

Restricted responsibility is one of one of the most effective industrial productions of perpetuity, nearly singularly responsible for the development and also expansion of industrialism.



Encouraging risk and also advertising effective venture with both little and huge businesses alike, limited liability has been the driving force behind financial success in the Western globe and is one of one of the most popular lawful developments of all time.…
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Is not wanting to share and share alike a bad thing?

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​No one is happy to find that something they have shared freely, whether it’s a photo, a song, a story, or an idea, is being used by someone else for commercial gain without giving them any credit in words or dollars.…
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Inviting Others to Join My Mapping Project

,Sooooo, the next time I opened the map all the photos were gone. I spent a lot of time figuring out how to get a URL that would work and stay working and it was in the Google Maps Help Forum that I got an answer that gave a link to a site that would convert the temporary URL into a stable one.…
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What if? Creative Commons Certification

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Alan asked, Call / Plea / Beg for Responses: What If Creative Commons Certifications? for some feedback on Creative Commons. He is working on a project to educate folk about Creative Commons.

Here are the Questions:

  • Who are you? Introduce yourself, first name fine, where in the world you live, what kind of work you do.
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Philosophy Of Law Reform

When we think about legislation, and also just what legislation suggests to us as a society, all of us have a good idea, or rather an inherent feeling, of exactly what legislation is and also the example to anticipate.

But aiming to place an accurate meaning on exactly what regulation is is rather even more of a difficult task.…
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Wading Through the Muck….er MOOCs

Match 7 - 11 was Open Education Week.  This was news to me.  Even participating in a post-secondary program focused on online learning and teaching this event passed without recognition or even notice.  That in itself is testimony to how important such events are to increase awareness of the open education movement.…
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Microcast 2: Webmention ping-pong

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So microcast 2 comes hot on the heels of number one. A few interesting things came out of the first one. Most excitingly I got a webmention from Henrik Carlsson’s Blog. He had produced a microcast in response to mine.…

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