Category: digital rhetoric

A tool for improving goal setting I have just begun taking an online course from the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) offered this spring and summer titled “Effective Teaching Practices”. It is way better than I thought it would be and it offers many techniques to help students learn including the ones listed…

Open Question about Open Pedagogy: Do We Have a Duty to Build a Consensus for Action?

Two articles in my Nuzzel feed this morning dovetail ferociously. I have begun to annotate both of these if you want to join me.  Click links below. Renee DiResta’s post in Ribbonfarm about the Information War. Mike Caulfield’s post in Hapgood about the tensions in open pedagogy. Read back-to-back, they give me great pause for…

Curation Favors the Connected Mind

Update:  I am ramping up for the fall semester and I find that this post from August 2014 is an apt one for me to review.  Maybe you, too? Curation as Digital Literacy Practice | Ibrar’s space [caption id="attachment_28" align="aligncenter" width="768"] Photo by SparkCBC (https://www.flickr.com/photos/25031050@N06/3292307605/)(CC BY-SA 2.0)[/caption] A very interesting and useful blog post on…