- Aug 2018
in the forum, we talk about what we decide to talk about, but in the blog, each student can talk about whatever he or she individually wants to talk about.
This is really worth thinking about. Which virtual spaces are "my space" and which are "our space?" How do they relate and affect group dialogue and individual learning?
I wish I had a better sense how a multiauthor "class blog" fits into this framework.
- Jul 2018
What has changed, what remains the same, and what general patterns can be discerned from the past twenty years in the fast-changing field of edtech?
Join me in annotating @mweller's thoughtful exercise at thinking through the last 20 years of edtech. Given Martin's acknowledgements of the caveats of such an exercise, how can we augment this list to tell an even richer story?
- May 2018
- Mar 2018
DH is collaborative rather than solitary
"DH is collaborative"... I would have to agree. When I think of digital humanities, I think of communicating and interacting with others across a variety of digital platforms. For example, in the digital humanities course that I took this term, we interacted on a digital platform through blogs with our peers and classmates. It was a really interesting and engaging way to interact with one another because it allowed everyone to speak up and have a voice of their own which is super unique for a college course.
- May 2017
The Talking Machines Podcast by Katherine Gorman and Ryan Adams The Spectator by Shakir Mohamed Andrew Gelman’s Blog Christian Robert’s Blog OpenAI Blog Andrej Karpathy’s Blog Dustin Tran’s Blog Alex Smola’s Blog Radford Neal’s Blog Hal Daume III’s NLP Blog inFERENCe
Solid set of machine learning blogs
- Apr 2017
- Sep 2016
he personal sense asso-ciated with diaries also enabled “blogger” to emerge as a category, even a professional identity, letting us think of blogs as character vehicles.
In high school I was an avid reader of a few lifestyle blogs and over time the bloggers would follow me back after gaining a relationship through comments and still follow each other today
- Jan 2016
In my experience, email becomes a pit where ideas go off to die.
Well...applies to blogs as well even when in a fishbowl. Readers are not codeswitching carefully and intentionally.
The #WalkMyWorld Project is an open education, open publishing, and open research initiative. In it we develop and facilitate a mentored, open, online learning community in which educators and their students use social media (e.g. Twitter) to connect and share.
A fishbowl discussion is a participatory form of dialogue that allows the entire group to participate in a conversation.
In this post I discuss the possibilities for using your personal blogs, and Medium to create a fishbowl discussion for use in project and research planning
Purpose of post
- fishbowl discussion
- Oct 2015
Put simply, Electronic Literature is considered a "born digital" art form with unique approaches to thinking about and working with digital technologies for the purpose of creating literary art.
So, how would it be considered if I for example use pencil and paper to write down poetry or anything and then I type my diary entries into an electronic device for it to be displayed in digital platform such as a blog? Is it considered to be "born" on paper? Or is it considered to be "e-lit" because despite of the paper based start, it was thought to be published in a digital media?