This coming week I’ll be starting Mozilla’s open education course as a component of my ongoing professional learning and development with emergent digital pedagogies. From the course objectives:
“The course helps educators develop basic skills in three three broad areas — open licensing, open technology, and open pedagogy — to help them apply ‘open’ in [...]
Last week I taught my class about Creative Commons, Larry Lessig and remix culture. Over the weekend, still feeling inspired by remix culture, I checked out RIP: A remix manifesto:
“RiP: A remix manifesto is an open source documentary about copyright and remix culture. Created over a period of six years, the film [...]
[video] John Seely Brown: Tinkering as a Mode of Knowledge Production
“I am what I create” says John Seely Brown addressing the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching – Stanford.
[publishing] Giving It Away | Cory Doctorow
I’ve been giving away my books ever since my first novel came [...]
Young People and Emerging Digital Services: An Exploratory Survey on Motivations, Perceptions and Acceptance of Risks
On March the 30th, I will be speaking at the AMA’s Magazines East conference on the subject of social media and the sharing revolution. With other Canadian magazine associations, the AMA provides professional development to magazine professionals and publications interested in keeping pace with emergent publishing paradigms and best practices for print and web.