Plagiarism is dead? Production of scholarly work, and other academic thoughts
Wed, Feb 24 2016 03:00 | APA, citation, dissertation, knowledge, linkrot, NoSignigicantDifference, research
The other day I was reading an article on Hybrid Pedagogy titled Plagiarism is Dead; Long Live the Retweet: Unpacking an Identity Crisis in Digital Content. I was an interesting article, which had me nodding in agreement in some areas, and induced an eyebrow raising expressions of curiosity in other parts. I thought I would pull out some quotes, as I've done in other readings, and
EDDE 806 - Post III - Presented by Musical Interlude!
Sat, Feb 20 2016 16:22 | #ds106, #rhizo16, art, cMOOC, CoI, CoP, EDDE801, EDDE806, MOOC, NoSignigicantDifference, reflection, research
Some nice artwork, no doubt by @merryspaniel :-)Time just seems to fly by this semester. I don't know if it's because I am busy, or if (as the old saying goes) time flies when you're having fun!This past week we skipped the usual introductions and check-ins in 806, affectionately known by some as the therapy portion to the live session. I actually didn't mind it considering that this is
Of MOOCs, online courses, content, and teaching - whoa, that's a lot!
Mon, Jan 5 2015 07:00 | #ccourses, #change11, #rhizo14, cMOOC, engagement, LMS, MOOC, NoSignigicantDifference, onlineLearning, open teaching, Openness, rMOOC, xMOOC
Alright, being now back from my mini vacation, and back into the regular rhythm of work, reading, and very soon classes, I've caught up with a lot of my saved Pocket articles. The one thing I saw is, still, the very schizo nature of MOOC reporting and commentary. This reminds me a bit of the headlines, back in the day on Engadget and other tech sites, about studies on cell phones causing/not