Folks have asked for copies of my presentation at OpenEd19, so here goes. Viewable online from my Dropbox: Does Open Drain the Pool? Download the Powerpoint file: OpenEd19 oct 2019 Will Open Drain the Pool
I just got back from the Domains19 conference and some thanks and perhaps observations are in order. It was a very interesting, stimulating, and useful conference. Frankly, I've come to expect nothing less from the ReclaimHosting crew: Jim, Tim, Lauren, Meredith, Judith, and Justin(?, we didn't meet yet, I think). It's a human level conference … Continue reading Domains19 Reflection, Well Really More of A Thanks.
It's been a couple days after the fact, but I wanted to make a post to go with my presentation at OER19. Fortunately, thanks to the nice folks at ALT and the magic of Martin Hawksey, I don't have to try to write a long post explaining what I said and you don't have to … Continue reading Can We See the Real U? (OER19)
Note this is most of the abstract for today's presentation at OER18 in Bristol, UK entitled "Commons of Our Own". I've embedded the slides for the presentation at the end. Disclaimer: This is the advance abstract written months before I created the slides. We'll see what I actually say today. I'm kind of curious about … Continue reading Road to a Commons of Our Own: Background
Open Learning Assignments workshop given in LCC Center for Teaching Excellence, Feb 15, 2018
This is the slide deck for my campus presentation today as part of the LCC Centre for Engaged Inclusion speaker series. Direct link to download file here in case the embedded slides don't display in your browser.
The #Trexit Conversation I'll be leading a panel discussion at OER17 called Open Education in a time of Trump and Brexit. Joining me in the panel live at the conference will be Maha Bali (@bali_maha), Lorna Campbell (@LornaMCampbell), and Martin Weller (@mweller). While we four could easily carry on a lively discussion for 80 minutes … Continue reading Open Ed, Trump, Brexit
A big day planned today. I'll be spreading the word about Domains of One's Own projects, Reclaim Hosting, and open learning to community colleges. I'll be presenting twice today at the League for Innovation in Community College's big Innovations 2017 conference. Actually, we will be presenting and spreading the word today. First up, I assist my … Continue reading Still Running Errands for Open Learning Ideas
Please join me today at the first WPCampus Online conference. It's free. If you're involved with higher education you'll find it helpful - regardless of whether you're experienced or new to WordPress. I'll be talking about examples of using WordPress to engage students and create an open education. Here's the full description: All times … Continue reading WPCampus Online – Ten Plus Ways to Teach With WordPress, a.k.a Open Education