Marginal Syllabus at 2018 Connected Learning Summit

The Marginal Syllabus project is excited to participate in next this week’s 2018 Connected Learning Summit at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge. First, the following Marginal Syllabus researchers, partners, and collaborators will be attending: Christina Cantrill, National Writing Project Joe Dillon, Aurora Public Schools Kira Baker-Doyle, Arcadia University Francisco Perez, University of Colorado Denver Remi Kalir,…

JLS Annotation Conversation

Earlier this week I was thrilled to read that the Journal of Learning Sciences has decided to facilitate a web annotation conversation: Coming Soon: Web annotation of JLS articles in Hypothes.is. The first article is a study by Akkerman and Bruining published in 2016 in Volume 25 (2).Read the full article at https://t.co/tGoOiQKLUR and visit…

Web Annotation as #DisruptiveMedia

Over the past few weeks I have had the pleasure of co-authoring a conversation about web annotation for the “disrupted” issue of the Journal of Media Practice. My co-author is none other than my dear friend and colleague Jeremy Dean, Director of Education at Hypothesis. Our conversation about the practices and politics of web annotation is intended…

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