Category Archives: Technology

As Easy as Riding A Bike

The saying “it’s as easy as riding a bike” really got me thinking! What are the things I do in open digital spaces that just come naturally?  Now that I’ve done them so many times, worked through the issues and … Continue reading

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A bit after BIT16 – reflections from a cave

The annual Educational Computing Organization of Ontario conference has just ended with echoes of many voices ringing and events resonating in my mind. There may be many blog posts that come from this ‘reflection-on-action’ since those who attended can certainly say … Continue reading

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Shifting My Thinking from ‘IF’ to ‘WHEN’

“Change is the law of life. Those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” John F. Kennedy It’s always been important for me to plan ahead. In my personal life, I’ve steadily organized details … Continue reading

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I remember you! How could I forget that face?

How long has it been? Where did we last see each other? How could I forget your face? Finding and remembering the face of others in digital spaces and personal learning networks is a personal mission. As my digital house … 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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