Archive for May, 2013

Harvard professors call for greater oversight of MOOCs

…a groundswell of people thinking now more seriously about it. Read more @WiredCampus

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The myth and millennialism of “disruptive innovation”

Critical insights on the notion, vigorously embraced by millenials and the tech industry and often conjured in relation to ed tech… Read @Hack Education

Friends and foes

On the Georgia State University copyright and fair use case. Read @AttemptingElegance & Schlolarly Communications

Embedding a Fargo outline in Canvas

How one prof uses Fargo, a simple outliner, to teach concepts in the Canvas learning management system… pretty much told students, he says, they were crazy not to use it. Read @Gravitropic Also see: A week with Fargo

Becoming a writer-librarian

Tips, resources, and more, on how to incorporate writing into your professional life… Read @LeadPipe Also see

Thoughts on a manifesto [for community colleges]

Sean Michael Morris’ “Manifesto for Community Colleges, Lifelong Learning, and Autodidacts” is getting some traction… Read more @InsideHigherEd

Who really runs Wikipedia?

Are changes at Wikipedia too fluid? Are there too many editors? The obverse? Read @Via LibraryStuff Cf. Self organized learning spaces


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