Validity is subjective

Just another quote, but a good one. And one that connects with a recent post about the difficulty of getting agreement around learning and teaching and the difficulty this creates within universities when you want to try and improve the quality of that learning and teaching. Validity is subjective rather than objective: the plausibility of

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Initial steps toward an education aggregation taxonomy – community versus individual?

In a previous post I talked about the rationale and need for thinking about a taxonomy of educational aggregation projects. Something that I haven’t really given a lot of thought to, just yet. About 15 minutes ago I posted this about “cooked” course feeds. WordPress.com’s “possibly related posts” feature (where it automatically appends 3 or

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Cooked course feeds – An approach to bringing the PLEs@CQUni, BAM and Indicators projects together?

The following is floating an idea that might be useful in my local context. The idea The idea is to implement a “cooked feed” for a CQUniversity course. An RSS or OPML feed that either students or staff or both can subscribe to and receive a range of automated information about their course. Since some

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