Annotate Your Syllabus

It’s that time of the year & we’re talking syllabi: How to create or tweak, how to co-design with students, whether or not they’re a contract, what purposes they serve & whose voices are included and excluded. Here’s a THREAD about ANNOTATING your syllabus with your students 1/10 — Remi Kalir (@remikalir) August 13, 2018…

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.

Playful Annotation in the Open

Games and Learning turns one-month old today. Among many highlights from our first month, in this post I’ll discuss one of my growing curiosities – playful annotation in the open. And it looks something like this: Curious about what’s happening here? Let me briefly sketch some context. First, INTE 5320 Games and Learning is an online graduate course at the…

Annotation in the Open: Part 1

INTE 5320 Games and Learning is structured by seven iterative cycles of reading and annotation-as-discussion – each cycle building conceptually upon previous resources and ideas, and each spanning approximately two weeks (see our Readings for a calendar). As our first cycle’s introduction to games and learning comes to a close, so too does our collective “first draft”…

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