Monthly Archives: November 2015

Virtually connecting and the paradox of open

Within any experience where educational technology is involved, there lies paradox. Being able to identify these diverse and polarizing entities can influence the direction or stance for an individual response. It’s within the tension that exists in the balance that dynamic and … Continue reading

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Wayfinding through course design with some habits of mind

I’m lost but finding my way. There’s sort-of-a-plan and a bit of a map but I’m wayfinding my way through. I keep checking the GPS and re-calculating my direction. I think I know where I’m located and I somewhat have … Continue reading

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Bringing IT Together: How conferences build connections and conversations – BIT 2015 and Virtually Connecting

Are you going? It’s this week! The Educational Computing Organization of Ontario – ECOO BIT 2015 (@BIT2015, #bit15) – is happening in Niagara Falls Wed. Nov 4 – Fri. Nov 6. Bringing IT Together is the theme, and all things … Continue reading

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