Monthly Archives: March 2013

A thoughtful and thought-provoking presentation by George Siemens

I just found time to listen/watch George Siemens’presentation (February 7, 2012) at the Technology Innovation Centre at the University of Victoria – Towards new models of coherence: Responding to the fragmentation of higher education (as you can see, George may … Continue reading

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Another week of openness in education…

Well, the 2nd annual Open Education Week is underway – March 11-15, 2013. There are lots of “open” events – webinars, videos to watch, projects to explore, and lots and lots of different things to learn – for free! The … Continue reading

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MyTips: Re-energize Your Practice

MyTip #2:  Discover New Voices Part of teaching these days, whether it be online or in face-to-face environments, is enriched by a diversity of opinions, facts, perspectives, humour or ideas that you can find through the Internet. Some people refer … Continue reading

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MyTips: Re-energize Your Practice

As we begin Week 4 of the ISWo online facilitation course, I’ll share a few tips that I use when I get tired and overwhelmed by the higher education and online learning world. Following the lead of the sample blog … Continue reading

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