Results? We Got Results.

TRU Writer for Course Blogs L21C (Lawyering in the 21st Century, TRU) L21C (Lawyering in the 21st Century, TRU) The Apocalypse in Literature and Film Universidad de Guadalajara – Comparte (sharing examples of open and participatory mobile learning) Alan Levine’s Publications (single portfolio) Prototype for Small Cities Imprint journal site TRU Undergraduate Research Journal Image […]

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Smallest/Simplest ? Possible/Portable ? Open/Online ? Learning/Living ? Tool/Technology ? Designed with two core principles in mind: make it as easy as possible to post activity to the open web in an appealing and accessible way allow users to do so without creating accounts, or providing any required personal information Narrowly-scoped tools that lend themselves […]

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Challenges to Open Ed Tech

Open Web Tech: Unserious, Unreliable, Unloved On the False Binary of LMS vs Open (D’Arcy Norman) D’Arcy Norman says the contrast between LMS and “open” is a false dichotomy, but in practice the division exists.   If indie open ed tech is in a sorry state, then open ed techies need to rethink their approach. […]

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The TRU Work

Alan’s Four Month Visiting Scholar Fellowship in Open Learning (Oct 2014 – Mar 2015 Our Meeting Environment… cc licensed (BY-SA) flickr photo by cogdogblog Early on we identified two core challenges in getting people to get onto the open web. The perceived difficulty (and lack of support) of open web environments, and privacy concerns. Over […]

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Open Web Lost? Reclaimed?

privacy • corporate co-opting • net neutrality • risk • patent system • security • clicktivism • trolls • openwashing • CISPA • spying • fraud • tracking • hacking • apathy • CALEA • data snooping • LMS-ification • mass surveillance • Facebook • phishing • catfishing • NSA • gamergate The Web We […]

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