Live-blogging the readings continues with: Hand, Martin, (2008) “Hardware to everyware: Narratives of promise and threat”, Making digital cultures : access, interactivity, and authenticity pp.15-42, Aldershot: Ashgate Pages 15-19 are a great overview of some of the debates we’ve already... Read more »
This week we went from ALL THE TWEETS to ALL THE COMMENTS, including, in a moment of inception, a comment on a comment, that when I looked at the html to clean up the tagging went <a title=”Permalink to Comment... Read more »
Live-blogging the readings progresses with: Sian Bayne (2015) What’s the matter with ‘technology-enhanced learning’?, Learning, Media and Technology, 40:1, 5-20, DOI: 10.1080/17439884.2014.915851 I remember enjoying the Bayne articles that I read last year, so I’m going into this with some... Read more »
One of the most basic ways that we contribute and attempt to shape the algorithmic culture of online spaces is through quietly pressing a thumbs up or a star, we ‘like’ and ‘favourite’ and ‘upvote’. It’s a quick way to tell the counting machines that this was something worth counting.
I’ve only just noticed, there is no way to Like or Share blogs either here, or on the EDC main site.
I got used to seeing the comforting little series of avatars at the bottom of posts I’ve written, the thing that tells me I’ve said something worthwhile.
From my professional blog, Research Degree Voodoo
Along with the messy ‘lifestream’ model, this just feels like another way to do work in ‘public’ but be sure what we do is safe in the noise.
Live-blogging the readings was something I started doing for An Introduction to Digital Environments for Learning, the first module in this course. Now, when I take notes for academic writing, I use the Cornell Method–which is analogue (handwritten on paper), atemporal... Read more »
I’m currently working on a load of summer reading–and I’m trying to read about student motivation, which I’m finding really boring. Here I am motivating myself to read about motivation with green tea and biscuits.