18 Posts Tagged "virtuallyconnecting"


[timebuddy] for WordPress

Without digging too much into the reasons why (that’s code for “I don’t know why”) one headache with running WordPress Multisite is that even users who have administrative privileges on their own site, any embed code, javascript put into the editor is stripped on publishing. Only Site Network admins can insert JavaScript. Why? I said, […]

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I <3 DML

It has been a really, really, really long time since I have been so excited, almost giddy, about a conference experience. Maybe going back to the first Open Education ones, or better yet, to the Northern Voice conferences 10 years ago. Perhaps I wrote conferences off, but last week’s Digital Media and Learning conference held […]

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On Hybridity and Disappearing Endpoints

On Wednesday I was a virtual digital participant (nod to Laura Gogia) in an OLC Innovate session on Meeting the Potential of Hybridity: Access, Equity, and Inclusion. Planned and carried out by VConnecting (see that, Maha?) colleagues, the session was not focused on Virtually Connecting, but informed by what is now a year of experience. […]

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Literally [Ear] Buddies: Virtually Connecting at #OER16

Today Virtually Connecting hosted it’s one session at the OER16 Conference in Edinburgh. We typically would have done more, but Virtually Connecting has a pile of sessions at the overlapping OLCInnovate Conference. I leaped at the chance to host today’s one with keynoters Jim Groom and Catherine Cronin. Jim of course I have known and […]