Annotating DML

Welcome to Layered Learning: Web Annotation in Collaborative and Connected Contexts! This blog post shares resources that complement our presentation on Friday, October 6th at 2p at the 2017 Digital Media and Learning Conference hosted at the University of California Irvine. You can access our session slides here. Our session brings together educators, researchers, and…

Refracted Perspectives: Closing Keynote at CANeLearn

My heartfelt thanks to the Canadian eLearning Network for inviting me to learn at their Symposium. It was truly a humbling honor to visit with you all from April 5-7 in Vancouver, BC. My previously shared thinkspace describes my wonderfully challenging role as “resident provocateur,” shares slides from my opening comments, and includes background information about some of my education…

Resident Provocateur at CANeLearn Symposium

This post serves as my public thinkspace throughout the Canadian eLearning Network’s Symposium, April 5-7. My thanks to everyone at CANeLearn for inviting me to participate and share in this important professional event. Resident Provocateur I am currently attending the Canadian eLearning Network’s 2017 Symposium in Vancouver, British Columbia. At both the Pre-Conference (April 5)…

iiE StorySlam: The Snowflake and Worlds of Inquiry

The following are rough draft remarks shared during the 2016 Institute for Innovation in Education Gathering at Vancouver Island University in British Columbia. I was a participant in the StorySlam, a collective presentation structured around 5-minute long responses to the following prompt: “Tell us a time when you learned there was another world.” The StorySlam was…

I Annotate 2016 Presentation in Berlin

Below are video and slides from my I Annotate 2016 presentation. Positing Playful Annotation in the Open was presented on May 20th, 2016, in Berlin, Germany. This presentation concerns the University of Colorado Denver’s graduate course INTE 5320 Games and Learning, and examines the role of open web annotation with Hypothesis in course planning, pedagogy, student learning, and reflection on practice.

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