7 Posts Tagged "fedwiki"

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Hopping Aboard the Federated WordPress Train

I heed your call, Mike Caulfield, to be part of the Federated Library Project. Partly because of respect for Mike (and that I bailed on doing a FedWiki thing i August), partly because Alyson is boarding for 100 posts, partly because this might call for some neat WordPress tinkering. Many people scratch their heads at […]

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Don’t Stop the FedWiki Party

If you thought Mike Caulfield was excited for months about Smallest Federated Wiki, you should read what he thinks after bring a great group of folks to his FedWikiHappening… over the Christmas holiday. And while my Kool-Aid consumption is at a positively high level, I am not quite there to Mike’s. But as they overly […]

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Federated Index Cards

I vaguely remember the way we were taught in high school to research and write a paper. After formulating the topic/hypothesis, we constructed outlines. Then off we would trudge to the library, and use things like the antique card catalog, Citations index to find our sources. As we read books, rolled microfilm, we would use […]

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Over Easy

How do you like your eggs? When eating out I’d never pull the attitude Jack Nicholson’s character sneered in Five Easy Pieces: For most of my life, I’ve been a sunny side up or scrambled egg eater. In the last few years, maybe with a lot more road travel, I’ve gotten more fond of eggs […]

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creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-ND ) flickr photo shared by [ changó ] Here I try to try to start trying to… think out loud about part of my project here at Thompson Rivers University as an Open Learning Scholar. One component is to work with Brian Long in help broadening the use of their […]