The Foundations of OE, OER and the Creative Commons In class this week, Dr. Couros presented a description of Open Education as described by Smith and Casserly (2006) in that “open education is the simple and powerful idea that the world’s knowledge is a public good and that technology in general and the Worldwide Web in particular provide … More When We Share, Everyone Wins
Before you watch (I can’t believe I am making this disclaimer): I didn’t anticipate my dogs being SUCH A BARRIER to my video making but that is proving to be the case. I love them but it is really tricky … Continue reading →
I decided to take full advantage of my free trial with Yousician this week. I didn’t get a lot of feedback about Yousician on Twitter or my blog posts so I’m guessing that means that not a lot of people … Continue reading →
Link back to my UPDATED learning project outline: Crunch Time – Making a Decision about my Learning Project My first face-to-face guitar lesson was on Saturday, Oct. 12 at Music in the House, Regina. It is an old house in … Continue reading →
For this week’s blog post assignment, I decided to explore iMovie. I decided to try out this tool because it is one that I have always wanted to be able to navigate well and additionally, I am hoping to use … Continue reading →
Thank you to everyone who commented on my first post about my Learning Project where I debated exploring photography or becoming a birth doula. However, even at the time of writing that first post, I was unsure about either project. … Continue reading →
How do you take up teaching in a world where knowledge is becoming obsolete? This statement could possibly be argued by James Holzhauer, one of the most winningest players on NBC’s Jeopardy game show and fourth-highest-earning American game show contestant … Continue reading →
The past few weeks I have been thinking about my major project for EC&I 831. I have decided to go with Option B: Based on the idea that individuals are now more able to learn and share online, you will … Continue reading →
I was trying to think about one word that describes my relationship with social media. The first word that popped into my mind was tiresome as I thought about the (MANY) times I’ve gotten lost in the endless scroll that … Continue reading →
Class #8 complete!
Below you will find my Summary of Learning for this course. It was tricky to fit all of this semester’s learning into one short video.
Thank you for coming along this learning journey with me!