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A Ticket to Ride Poster for OER16

When the #OER16 plea to DS106 goes out… Have you got your ticket yet? (help us make an #oer16 promo poster) ((calling #ds106)) https://t.co/znKl9N8dPr — #OER18 (@OERConf) February 10, 2016 Of course a response needs to be made The #oer16 conference sent a #ds106 Bat Signal for poster design help… now an assignment! https://t.co/JIguusEnLr https://t.co/Em47hb575S […]

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MOOCs on a Plane

Having accomplished the tsunami wave riding disruption of higher education, Coursera is not resting on their laurels or profit line. No, the crushing of the archaic system is more than imminent, it’s cruising at 35,000 feet. In December 2015 the Learning Really Begins. At 30,000 feet, online higher education isn’t the most effective thing on […]

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I Can Read Series: Eye of the Beholder

Making the Twilight Zone approachable for new readers… This is a slight riff from the I Can Read Movies ds106 design assignment, I did not use the templates, but instead mocked it from Biscuit Goes to School I started with the idea of the Janet Tyler character facing the “beautiful” people maybe putting a mirror […]

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Six Words From 1970

Each go around of ds106, one assignment seems to take off in popularity, with no real explanation why. Previously we have seen bursts around Say It Like Peanut Butter, One Story / Four Icons, Splash the Color, and Messing with the MacGuffin. I’m guessing, maybe wrongly, we will see a burst around the Six Word […]