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…

Playful Annotation in the Open: Part 3

This post is the third in an ongoing series about playfulness in open web annotation. Here’s Part 1 and Part 2. Hope you enjoy. – Remi A central observation in my previous post about open web annotation was that through playful expression – such as a reader’s experimentation and sarcasm – it is possible for the practices of…

Playful Annotation in the Open: Part 2

This post is the second in an ongoing series about playfulness in open web annotation. My comments are exploratory, driven by curiosity, and rooted in the experiences of INTE 5320 Games and Learning. I am grateful to the graduate learners of #ILT5320 whose annotation with the platform Hypothesis has greatly challenged my practices and conceptions of learning.…

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…

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