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Annotating EdTech Terms of Service

By |April 25th, 2018|Conferences|

This is part two in my wrap up posts from OLC Innovate 2018. My third and final presentation was demoing and gathering feedback on a framework and tool that Amy Collier and I have been developing over the past few months. This idea started after a panel presentation that Amy and I  were on at […]

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Recapping and Reflecting on OLC Innovate 2018

By |April 23rd, 2018|Conferences|

I’ve returned from OLC Innovate in Nashville. Innovate holds a particularly special place for me for a multitude of reasons. Innovate, previously Emerging Technologies for Online Learning, was the first conference who’s attendees really felt like my professional network. I still remember my first dinner with Laura Pasquini, Ben Scragg, Jim Groom, Amy Collier, Jesse […]

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Recapping and Reflecting on OLC Innovate 2018

By |April 23rd, 2018|Conferences|

I’ve returned from OLC Innovate in Nashville. Innovate holds a particularly special place for me for a multitude of reasons. Innovate, previously Emerging Technologies for Online Learning, was the first conference who’s attendees really felt like my professional network. I still remember my first dinner with Laura Pasquini, Ben Scragg, Jim Groom, Amy Collier, Jesse […]

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The Criticality of Open Platforms

By |October 16th, 2017|Conferences, Domain of Ones Own, OpenEd|

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Below is a somewhat summary of the talk I gave in conjunction with Amy Collier, Daniel Lynds, and Jim Luke at OpenEd17. The tl;dr is that I’m convinced that need to start publishing analyses of the open platforms we adopt in order to bring transparency to a number of metrics to include not just data... Continue reading

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Small is Beautiful. Metaphors and Other Musings from #Domains17

By |June 9th, 2017|Conferences, Domains 17|

I’m recovering from the week that was #Domains17 and want to thank everyone from near and far to took the time to come to Oklahoma City and be a part of this conversation, particularly Jim, Tim, and Lauren from Reclaim Hosting who suggested OKC. It’s likely that part of being an Oklahoman is wanting to […]

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An Annotation-Oriented Browser

By |April 3rd, 2017|Conferences, Domains 17|

I’m trying to catch up on a couple of blog posts that I’ve put off over the last couple of weeks. This one is primarily on a conversation I had with Jon Udell and the Reclaim Hosting crew (Jim Groom, Tim Owens, and Lauren Brumfield) which you can (and SHOULD) listen to below. We’ve been doing […]

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Building a Student’s Technology Palate

By |March 22nd, 2017|Conferences, Domain of Ones Own, Domains 17|

Jim Groom had a great idea to have a pre-conference conversation with Domains 17 keynote speaker Martha Burtis, which you can listen to here: Much of the conversation was around (what I’m assuming) is a central point of Martha’s upcoming talk is/was that the web has been infiltrated by monetized centralized apps which run counter to […]

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Searching for Student Voices at #OpenEd16

By |November 5th, 2016|Conferences, Indie EdTech, OpenEd|

I’m currently on a plane headed back to Oklahoma from OpenEd16. OpenEd brought the end of my […]

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What “open” will we get at #OpenEd16?

By |November 1st, 2016|Conferences|

A year ago, I wrote a post about scraping the OpenEd abstracts. As the conference unfolded, there […]

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Finding Center: 10 Lessons I’ve Learned from the Left and the Right

By |October 3rd, 2016|Conferences, Music|

I’m coming off a whirlwind of a semester starting and that means I now have some extra time for blogging. This one is a quick summary of a talk I gave to an Art and Entrepreneurship class which is cross-listed between Art Theory & Criticism and Entrepreneurship and taught by Jonathan Hils, a sculpture by trade,... Continue reading

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