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ETMooc 2nd Year Anniversary

Tomorrow PostEtmooc is holding the 2nd anniversary #etmooc Twitter chat. Alec Couros will be hosting and I’ll be taking wing with Susan Spellman Cann, Erin Luong, Paul Signorelli, Karen Young and Christina Hendricks. I can’t think of a better group to co-host a Twitter chat with, or a better topic.…

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Thank you, dear Janet. Yes, you are right, six sub…


Thank you, dear Janet. Yes, you are right, six subjects. I always do too many, but I have never tried to do six before. This year the temptation was too big. I know I will have to drop at least one of them when things get crazy and I will have to press a "pause" button on all of them in the week I am moderating.…
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The Desires of Prepositions

I've been using the phrase desires of prepositions without explaining what I mean. Partly I did this because I've had to work my head around the idea. It started with an intuition and some amusement over the juxtaposition of two terms that are usually not used together in the same conversation, much less the same sentence or phrase.…
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Academic Partnerships Now Accepting Proposals for Round One of 2015 Faculty Research Grant Program

Academic Partnerships (AP), one of the world’s largest representatives of online learning, today announced that it is currently accepting proposals for Round One of its 2015 Faculty Research Grant Program, which supports faculty research on the impact and effectiveness of online learning. 

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Dear Natasa Thanks so much for kindly mentioning …

Dear Natasa

Thanks so much for kindly mentioning my small but hopefully relevant contribution to Week One Evo-ebook session. It's been a fantastic experience and I have enjoyed it so much, learning and sharing together with you and the team.

I don't know how you do it, but I think I have counted 6 sessions, and I salute you for your dedication to learning.…
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Another layer to bridging the work and learning communities

During the past couple of years I have become much more intentional in my attempt to bridge two communities: The people who think about learning and network technology, and people who think about work (within organizations) and network technology. There is another layer to this: It’s people in these two communities who care about people […]
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Chalkboard tips

I work with a lot of instructors, many of them teaching for the first time. We talk about the design of the course, what active learning techniques to use, things like that. I often forget about the basics, though, like how to use the lav mic, managing the classroom, and (the subject of this post) how to write on the chalkboard.…

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