Edinburgh University’s updated Manifesto for Teaching Online – 2015

Jenny Connected

In that post I included reference to Edinburgh University’s Online Teaching Manifesto , which they published in 2011. Manifesto for teaching online: Digital Education, University of Edinburgh, 2015. Remixing digital content redefines authorship.

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Collaborative Thinking: Another Example Of Video In The Classroom

Collaborative Thinking

» February 29, 2008 Another Example Of Video In The Classroom Shades of things to come: Carleton University in Canada has created a video portal for students, according to Campus Technology , which allows them to share, annotate, search, index, and even remix class lecture videos. Collaborative Thinking Perceptions on collaboration and social software by Mike Gotta « Getting Started With Web Conferencing | Main | Time-out for a festival.

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Full Circle Associates " Musings on "community management" Part 2

Nancy White

It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing. It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

2008 133

#openedMOOC Week 3: The 5Rs, CC, and open Licensing

Jenny Connected

Remix – the right to combine the original or revised content with other material to create something new (e.g., Redistribute – the right to share copies of the original content, your revisions, or your remixes with others (e.g.,

2017 130

Some Thoughts on Identity

Jenny Connected

Recorded in a socially active medium, however, our traces are searchable; they can be found and reassembled dynamically; they are inspectable, manipulable, and remixable. Cambridge University Press. The topic for Week 4 of Stephen Downes’ E-Learning 3.0 MOOC is Identity.

Questions about rhizomatic learning

Jenny Connected

Translated by Brian Massumi, University of Minnesota Press. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. This is an open letter to Keith Hamon.

2014 265

Understanding Open Educational Resources: Information for Schools

SocialTech

OER describes teaching, learning, and research resources that are shared by people in the public domain, or released under an open licence which allows others to use and remix them.

2014 72

cMOOCs and xMOOCs – key differences

Jenny Connected

MOOCs were not designed to serve the missions of the elite colleges and universities. Key activities in cMOOCs are remixing and repurposing , i.e. that content will be created, ideally co-created , through interaction with freely available open resources.

2013 283

The reality of working with soft and hard technologies

Jenny Connected

I am working on a University funded project to develop training materials which will be used around the country to deliver school training on a given topic. The project is basically working with hard technologies, although it is making some concessions to ‘softness’, in that it is writing the training materials in such a way that users can add their own materials and to a very limited extent remix and repurpose them. Jon Dron’s presentation to ChangeMOOC this week is very timely.

2011 107

Rhizo 14: Emerging Ambiguities and Issues

Jenny Connected

Only thought is capable of inventing the fiction of a State that is universal by right”, they insist, “[only thought is] capable of elevating the State to the level of de jure universality” (Holland, 2013, p.45). A Thousand Plateaus , University of Minnesota Press.

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The reality of working with soft and hard technologies

Jenny Connected

I am working on a University funded project to develop training materials which will be used around the country to deliver school training on a given topic. The project is basically working with hard technologies, although it is making some concessions to ‘softness’, in that it is writing the training materials in such a way that users can add their own materials and to a very limited extent remix and repurpose them. Jon Dron’s presentation to ChangeMOOC this week is very timely.

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The philosophy of MOOCs

Jenny Connected

All these discussions are very relevant to my current situation in which I am working with George Roberts and Marion Waite of Oxford Brookes University to plan a new MOOC for May/June – First Steps into Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. It is also based on the activities of aggregation, remixing, repurposing and feeding forward the resources and learning that are part of the MOOC experience. There are currently lots of blog posts around, asking yet again ‘What is a MOOC?’

2012 190

The 1-minute guide to Internet copyright, Creative Commons, and ‘fair use’

e-Moderation Station

Creative Commons is a movement that enables creators to apply different kinds of licenses to their work, allowing them to be distributed or freely shared for non-commercial purposes, adapted or remixed, or used only in their original version. Image by cleandesu.

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OER Issues at first hand

Jenny Connected

Evidently there are millions of pounds worth of educational resources languishing in government archives, while the powers that be decide who can have access to them and whether they can be remixed and repurposed. Will the University, which has been funded to do this project, accredit this training – for example – by allowing the modules to carry 10 or 20 credits? This week in Change Mooc - I have particularly enjoyed reading Rory McGreal’s rant.

2011 113

The MOOC Bandwagon

Jenny Connected

She is also working with Strathclyde University to research learner experiences in the Change11 MOOC. This would, through the aggregation, remixing, repurposing and feeding forward of resources shared and created, enrich the learning experience. As others have noted – most recently Bon Stewart in her Inside Higher Ed article – everyone seems to be jumping on the MOOC bandwagon at an alarming rate.

2012 145

The 1-minute guide to Internet copyright, Creative Commons, and ‘fair use’

e-Moderation Station

Creative Commons is a movement that enables creators to apply different kinds of licenses to their work, allowing them to be distributed or freely shared for non-commercial purposes, adapted or remixed, or used only in their original version. Image by cleandesu.

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Innovation Happens at the Intersections

TNT - The Network Thinker

Art, dance, music, theater and technology remixed through a long weekend: July 19th - 22nd. As a prelude to the Ingenuity Festival, Cleveland State University is holding a public forum on Creativity and Technology. Innovation happens at the intersection.

Notes from the Opening General Session at IBM Connect 2013

Michael Sampson - Currents

Three big enablers - (a) technology - cameras, laptops, video online, social networking, (b) community - started small, and grew gradually / organically, and positive feedback for the people doing great work, and (c) remix - needing to overcome the premium of "my original work," and allowing people to build on the ideas of other people. IBM is working with Ohio State University to develop new analytics curricula.

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Open courses in January 2011

Jenny Connected

It is fun just to look at the assignments that have already been submitted – a wonderful example of the talent and creativity that can be tapped into on the net and also a wonderful example of the four key activities of connectivist teaching and learning in action, i.e. aggregation, remixing, repurposing and feed forward. This was the Mining Course Management Systems project at Thames Valley University. The net seems awash with open courses at the moment.

2011 100

Key Differences Between Social and Collaborative Networks

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network

You are free to share and remix, as long as you give credit and share alike.

The philosophy of MOOCs

Jenny Connected

All these discussions are very relevant to my current situation in which I am working with George Roberts and Marion Waite of Oxford Brookes University to plan a new MOOC for May/June – First Steps into Learning and Teaching in Higher Education. It is also based on the activities of aggregation, remixing, repurposing and feeding forward the resources and learning that are part of the MOOC experience. There are currently lots of blog posts around, asking yet again ‘What is a MOOC?’

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Web 2.0 == glocalization

Engaging

was the exuberance of believing that we could construct some universal, global commons in which everyone is connected and everybody has equal access to the same information. Now it's becoming clear that there is no such thing as 'universal information' - information needs to be interacted with, remixed, repurposed, reused, recreated and shared in order for it to be truly useful to groups in their own local contexts.

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Web 2.0 == glocalization

Engaging

was the exuberance of believing that we could construct some universal, global commons in which everyone is connected and everybody has equal access to the same information. Now it's becoming clear that there is no such thing as 'universal information' - information needs to be interacted with, remixed, repurposed, reused, recreated and shared in order for it to be truly useful to groups in their own local contexts.

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Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing. It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

2008 133

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing. It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

2008 133

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing. It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

2008 133

From workplace courses to global conversations

Nancy White

This buzzing universe of linked sites and blogs is an incredibly rich source of organizational information and learning… if we know how to listen. It is about tagging and remixing and mapping the network of relationships, looking for where to respond, and where to catalyze action. It is a little bit like listening to the universe.

Musings on “community management” Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

John Tropea - Delicious Community

It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing. It is a little bit like listening to the universe. Instead of spawning or archiving threads, we are tagging and remixing.

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From courses to community: Josien Kapma and Nancy White | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

This buzzing universe of linked sites and blogs is an incredibly rich source of organizational information and learning… if we know how to listen. It is about tagging and remixing and mapping the network of relationships, looking for where to respond, and where to catalyze action. It is a little bit like listening to the universe.

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What Could the Future of Money Look Like? « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

i actually just had a thought – how awesome would this be – to host a workshop/course/open university, like an ongoing TED conference or something, except that everyone is participating, so no one “pays&# – everyone is concurrently exchanging value.

Pew Internet Report: 55% of teens use social networking sites

John Tropea - Delicious Social Network KM

Organizations - be they large corporations, small businesses, universities, non-profits, NGOs, governments and so forth need to be open minded and willing to change because the benefits from bringing in new collaborative tools that break down communication barriers and speed up knowledge creation, along with a workforce already skilled in using them, are limitless. Connect and remix enterprise systems, social tools and Web services!

Awareness, Phased Growth are Keys to Participation on Wikis

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Related Posts: Wikipatterns Passage of the Week #1: Wikipedia vs. Wikis Successful Wikis Need a Purpose and a Strong Core Group NV07 session notes:New Rules for the New Communities How the 90-9-1 participation ratio changes inside organizations University of Arizona and IBM to offer course on developing social networks using Web2.0 You are free to share and remix, as long as you give credit and share alike.

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An Idea Worth Spreading: The Future is Networks « emergent by design

John Tropea - Delicious Network

At first, I got a few retweets of my tweets; then more comments on my blog; then some people of greater influence started tweeting my posts, giving me more exposure; then a few people asked if I would do guest posts on their blogs; then I was asked to speak at a business conference here in NYC coming up in April; then I was hired by Duke University to teach a Futures course this July; and I literally am just waiting to see what happens next.

Ten leading platforms for creating online communities | Enterprise Web 2.0 | ZDNet.com

John Tropea - Delicious Community

Business Models Crowdsourcing Customer Self-Service Right To Remix The Long Tail Design Patterns Architecture of Participation Collective Intelligence Cost-effective scalability Encouraging Unintended Uses Network effects Radical Decentralization Small Pieces, Loosely Joined Badges Gadgets microformats Structured Content Widgets Tagging The Social Graph Two-Way Web User Generated Content Web 2.0