This post is a response to yesterday's discussion in Davidson Now’s pop-up MOOC, “Engagement in a Time of Polarization”. The key provocation for the discussion was Chris Gilliard's great essay Power, Polarization, and Tech. The video of the hangout discussion is embedded at the end of this post for you. In his discussion of … Continue reading An Economics of Polarization
The post is my initial contribution to the discussion in "Engagement in a Time of Polarization" pop-up MOOC. Admittedly, I'm a little late to the party, but we're starting Topic 2 on Understanding Polarization. The key provocations to start discussions are Chris Gilliard's excellent (as always) post on Power, Polarization, and Tech. The other thought … Continue reading Is Polarization Really a Recent, Digital Phenomenon?
Open Learning Assignments workshop given in LCC Center for Teaching Excellence, Feb 15, 2018
As usual, I have way too many balls in the air and way too many ideas happening at once. It's exciting but every silver lining has a touch of grey. (hat tip , Robert Hunter). I continue wearing my multiple hats as part of the school's Open Learn Lab. I still have no title, although … Continue reading A Personal Note on Ostrom, Open Learning, and Me