remixed from Alphacoders wallpaper http://wall.alphacoders.com/big.php?i=204775 with OER 14 photo by Simon Thomson (@digisim) This was the academic theme for today's presentation at OER14 in Newcastle, UK by Rochelle Lockridge, Mariana Funes, and moi, "A DS106 thing happened on the way to the 3M Tech Forum": DS106 (http://ds106.us/) is a computer science ...

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I'm bringing ds106 to the 2013 TCC Online Conference (the 18th Annual "Technology, Colleges and Community" Online Conference). This keynote session (look at my along side Terry Anderson, I cannot wait for some of his trademark jokes) is listed as Dim the Lights: The ds106 Show. My original thought was ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by Artbandito Between the impact of long distance travel, getting the customer service enema treatment from US Failways, and falling under the spell of plane induced cough/cold, I am overflowing with excuses not to be blogging. I've enjoyed two full ...

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from the vapid self horn tooting department... (cause thats what blogs are for) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AiEMkUE0sHY I just got wind of the edited videos from last month's Scottsdale Community College's TechTalks '13. I love the format they came up with, an idea from Charles Pflanz, brilliantly organized and emceed by Lisa Young. Kudos to ...

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What mean ye storytelling- the #etmooc version from Alan Levine Thar be slides, slides, slides, way too many slides, from a presentation I did online yesterday as part of the ETMOOC Section on Digital Storytelling. You can find resources mentioned at http://cogdog.wikispaces.com/What+Mean+Ye+Storytelling and an archive ...

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I was excited to have my session on Looking Through the Lens accepted for Northern Voice 2011. I had done this one before, but infused a few more new bits for this audience. More or less, I used photographs to talk about what we can learn about learning from the ...

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by cogdogblog No matter how many titles I created for this post, all of them went the wrong way down innuendo lane. This morning, at 1:00 AM local time on Brisbane, Australia, I gave an online presentation for the KU Village conference... from bed. I agreed ...

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Jon Breitenbucher invited me back again to do a remote (via Skype) presentation on 50 Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story for the week-long Instructional Technology Faculty Fellows program he and his crew run at the College of Wooster (by the way, they are rocking with wordpress multiuser there). When ...

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I hope you enjoy this teaser for my presentation next week at the Open Education Conference: Talkin' Bout Open from cogdog on Vimeo. I could not help selecting the D'Arcy Norman Bigger Than Life glare for the freeze frame! These quotes from colleagues near and far were taken from the 34 longer interviews ...

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by Chris Owens I've gotten a good collection of Amazing Stories of Openness so far for my August presentation at the Open Ed Conference. But you know what? I want more. I've got a bunch of messages, sweet tweets about what a great idea it is, or "I'll work ...

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cc licensed flickr photo shared by riot jane I recently felt like this wistful gal during a recent online seminar- isolated, lonely, and wishing to go outside and play. With nose-diving budgets and more work moving online, it's time to raise the bar on how we run online events. Like a horrendously ...

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