FedWiki Daily #6 – Mining, fracking and exploring the process

And onto daily #6 of #fedwikihappening. I’m hoping this will start explore what the process might be around using fedwiki in my day-to-day thinking. To that end, I’m planning to Read and do a bit more idea mining. Explore how to catch up on what’s happening in fedwiki space via fedwiki (and not Twitter). Follow

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Concrete Lounge

The Concrete Lounge is a nascent analogy intended to help explain the need for more people to take on the role of Digital Renovator. Especially in the context of university-based educational technology. The argument being that universities need to focus more on enabling digital renovators than just trying to create perfect systems (that end up

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Initial steps with the #FedWikiHappening happening

So I’m starting another MOOC. Though it’s not a MOOC at all. It’s apparently a SiCMOOC (small intimate Connectivist MOOC). Though that term is labouring a fad for more than it’s worth. Much prefer the term the organiser (Mike Caufield @holden) is using a happening The happening metaphor is borrowed from theater, where tightly structured

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"What is" and "what might be" – evidence of a problem with institutional e-learning?

The following does a compare and contrast between the “what is” of university e-learning systems and the “what might be”. There are three sections The task – describes a fairly common task someone teaching online might wish to undertake. What is – describes how that task is completed in existing institutions (using Moodle). The point

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