5 Matching Annotations
  1. May 2020
    1. What roles do you think digital technologies and the internet have played in making open education possible? Are there types of open educational activities that are dependent on digital technologies and the internet?

      I think they play a very important role, because they make open materials available to a much wider audience, and not just audience, but potential adapters of shared materials. It is also much easier to let others know about resources and teaching methods that have been valuable. One example of an activity that I've assigned students that is dependent on digital technologies and the internet is content creation for Wikipedia.

  2. Dec 2019
    1. Zines as Open Pedagogy

      My annotations here are a (partial) record of how I'm going through this open education assignment while playing "open education experience bingo".

      My bingo card for this learning experience record will be published on my blog. Caveat: I didn't end up making an annotation for everything I checked off on the bingo card.

  3. Aug 2019
    1. A student might modify an assignment, create their own, or refuse one that might be ethically questionable (and explain why).

      Again I reach for the language of "disposable" (going in the trash can once it's graded) and "renewable" (of value above and beyond the class) assignments.

  4. Aug 2018
    1. Disposable assignments are the ones students hate to do, faculty hate to grade and are quickly forgotten. Think ten-page term papers.

      There's no reason that the 10 page term paper couldn't be repurposed for the greater good. Why not post it up on your own website and allow it to be part of the bigger part of academic research?

  5. Aug 2016