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#change11: fleshing out the digital selves in practice (complete with augmented identity crisis)
bon, » change11, May 12, 2012
What an interesting and slightly discombobulating ride this whole #change11 facilitation experience has been. As I noted at the outset this week, this idea of digital identities and selves is for me simply a way of teasing out and naming some the threads of possibility and difference that digital sociality makes available to us. I [...] Sat, 12 May 2012 21:04:15 +0000 [Comment]

Digital Identities: Six Key Selves of Networked Publics
bon, » change11, May 07, 2012
Welcome to the home stretch of #change11, everybody. This week we’ll be looking at digital identities and subjectivities, or – basically – who we are in social media spaces. I’m hoping this week will be, above all, a conversation: digital identity is always a lived experience as well as conceptual territory, so everyone has a [...] Mon, 07 May 2012 02:45:25 +0000 [Comment]

the problem with EdX: a MOOC by any other name?
bon, » change11, May 02, 2012
Since it started last fall, I’ve heard the 36-week experimental #change11¬†course referred to – half tongue-in-cheek – as “the Mother of All MOOCs.” Back when the course started in September, it seemed like a reasonable description. #change11 was designed and run by Massive Open Online Course pioneers George Siemens, Stephen Downes, and Dave Cormier, and [...] Wed, 02 May 2012 20:49:43 +0000 [Comment]

the unbearable lightness of being…digital
bon, » change11, Apr 26, 2012
The other afternoon, I’d hoped to hang out in George Siemens‘ #change11 live session on sensemaking and wayfinding in digital environments, but taxes and dinner and all the other demands of living got in the way. As ever. So I caught up this morning. Which is fitting, since sensemaking and wayfinding as a construct deals [...] Thu, 26 Apr 2012 14:49:17 +0000 [Comment]

brand in open courses: the new game in higher education
bon, » change11, Jan 27, 2012
This week, Sebastian Thrun, one of the adjunct professors who taught Stanford’s open online Artificial Intelligence course this past fall, announced that he will be offering a new open course starting in February. It’ll be free, and it’ll be online. It also won’t have any university affiliation. The announcement led to a flurry of discussion [...] Fri, 27 Jan 2012 16:39:59 +0000 [Comment]

the rhizomatic learning lens & what rhizomes are good for
bon, » change11, Nov 09, 2011
Confession: I’m not entirely sure what week it is in #change11. Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are tricky creatures, their possibilities and to-do lists inclined to slip away from you and multiply like rabbits the minute you look in another direction. Especially this “mother of all MOOCs,” with its 36 consecutive facilitators and topics. For [...] Wed, 09 Nov 2011 15:01:02 +0000 [Comment]

the death of purity
bon, » change11, Oct 06, 2011
This is not a post about Steve Jobs. At least not mostly. When I started writing yesterday, I’d considered calling it “Jobs Are Dead.” Small “j” jobs, that is, not Jobs himself. But in the spate of elegies and eulogies spinning round the web today, the title just looks like a misuse of the plural [...] Thu, 06 Oct 2011 21:07:29 +0000 [Comment]

education, learning, and technology – #change11
bon, » change11, Oct 04, 2011
One of the most interesting things¬†I’m doing this year – learning-wise, research-wise, and community-wise – is the Change MOOC. (For those of you not already signed on for this adventure, dimestore recap: a MOOC is a Massive Open Online Course. It’s free. Anyone can register and participate. There are set topics, assignments, and timelines, but [...] Thu, 29 Sep 2011 01:08:44 +0000 [Comment]

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