Life is full or irony. I’m reflecting on a number of these ironies here on my last night in Lisbon. I’m also posting this on both my blog and Facebook […]
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Social software applications in formal education.
Research–Practice Partnerships in Educat
My Google Scholar alert notified me that one of my articles was cited in an as yet not publisher preprint in Educational Researcher. I don’t usually bother with articles hidden […]
Assessing teachers’ digital competencies
I had the pleasure to spend a couple of days with faculty and students at the Centre for Educational Technology at Tallinn University here in Estonia. My host Mart Laanpere, […]
24 inches worth
This week I am in the process of moving my office from Athabasca University to home. It was a lot of work sorting, selecting and shifting. Most of the books that […]
Does using technology in classrooms make...
In one of the worst ed tech articles I’ve read in years, Morris and Parker, attempt to find a link between technology use in a new, home grown social network […]
I was delighted to get an alert from Google Scholar that some open publication had cited my work. I didn’t really plan on then spending an hour by reading through […]
Book Review – The Architecture of Produc
This review was published in IRRODL (15(2) and I reprint it here, for greater exposure to a very useful book. Terry The Architecture of Productive Learning Networks (2014), ISBN: 978-0-415-81656-4 […]
My participation in Online Instruction f...
Jenni Hayman (a friend and grad student here at Athabasca University) called a few months ago to talk about setting up a Canadian MOOC provider/supplier Wide World Ed. She is […]
MOOCs and Distance Education Institution...
A few months ago I was asked to do a short piece for the Commonwealth of Learning on MOOCs. It is posted on their web site, but I thought I would post […]
"Connectivying" your course
The article that Jon Dron and I published in IRRODL Anderson, T., & Dron, J. (2011). Three generations of distance education pedagogy. International Review of Research on Distance and Open […]