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My wife was shopping at Jo-Ann‘s Fabrics this afternoon, which meant I was across the street with a cup of coffee and my Nook ereader. I have just started Larry Rosen’s 2010 book Rewired: Understanding the iGeneration and the Way They Learn. So far, I am only up through Chapter 2, but I came across […]
Back home in Richmond, VA tonight, but my brain is still buzzing from the excellent sessions and networking at ELI 2011. My post on the first day of ELI 2011 is here. David Wiley kicked off the second day with a keynote address on Open Educational Resources and Learning Analytics. Wiley noted that “open” carried […]
This is Day One of one of my favorite conferences, the Educause Learning Initiative Annual Conference…even though this is only my second one that I have physically attended. As usual, the tweeting using hashtag #ELI2011 has been superb, such that I have interacted with attendees in my sessions, other sessions, and those not physically here […]
Next week, I will be attending the Educause Learning Initiatives 2011 Annual Conference in Washington DC. With several members of our 21st Century Literacy Faculty Learning Community, we will be presenting in a poster session the results of our research last spring on differing perspectives of faculty and students to technology. Openness to integrating technology.eli […]
This spring, I am co-teaching a graduate course in the VCU Preparing Future Faculty Program called Teaching, Learning and Technology with my colleague Jeff Nugent. One of the requirements of the course is for our 24 doctoral students and post-docs to keep a learning journal via a personal blog. We have aggregated their posts onto […]