The Gutenberg Parenthesis

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  Watching this video, made me think the value of having constructive and humble scholarly discussions. How Pettitt hears attentively and takes note of questions he is asked, considering how the insights of others can shed light on his not fully formed ideas about what is writing and thinking. The penny fall when I saw … Continue reading The Gutenberg Parenthesis

finishing the phd – write a Tiny Text

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Originally posted on patter:
You’ve finally finished your data generation and analysis. What next? Oh, it’s the big text… but working out how to move now, working out how to structure?the thesis … well it can feel a bit like trying to fight your way out of a maze. Here’s one strategy that can help.…

New Directions in Open Education

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Originally posted on Hapgood:
Keynote given at Metropolitan State’s TLTS conference in Denver, CO.  A Sense of Audience I’m going to start by telling a story about how I got here. I’ve mentioned this on my blog once or twice, but this is the first time I’ve told this end to end in this way.…

five days five quotes challenge – #3

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Originally posted on patter:
So far so good with the quotations then. This one may seem bit?different ?at first – but then maybe you are starting to see a bit of a theme in my choices… First sentences are promissory notes. Whether they foreshadow?plot, sketch in character, establish mood, or jump-start arguments, the road ahead…