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By Nishant Shah April 17, 2014 - 8:55am Comments
When I start thinking about DML (digital media and learning) and other such “networks” that I am plugged into, I often get a little confused about what to call them. Are we an ensemble of actors? A cluster of friends?
Networks: What You Don’t See is What You (for)Get Blog Image
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By Joseph Kahne April 14, 2014 - 10:07am Comments
Social network sites, websites and text increasingly serve as a conduit for political information and a major public arena where citizens express and exchange their political ideas, raise funds and mobilize others to vote, protest
New Media’s Role in Participatory Politics Blog Image
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By Julian Sefton-Green April 10, 2014 - 9:47am Comments
I am carrying out a piece of work, exploring how young people imagine, develop interests in, and work toward becoming e
Making Sense of Games and Gaming Cultures Blog Image
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By Sangita Shresthova April 7, 2014 - 9:30am Comments
“The irony is the more personal your story is, the more universal it is.
Engaging Youth: 7 Epic Tips Blog Image
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By Raquel Recuero April 3, 2014 - 10:04am Comments
Leading the way toward protecting individual rights and freedom of expression on the Internet, the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies has approved a Bill of Rights, “Marco Civil.”
Brazil Internet ‘Bill of Rights’ Protects Web Users Blog Image
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By Doug Belshaw March 31, 2014 - 9:40am Comments
“Badges are plots by for-profit institutions to disrupt state-funded higher education. It's all about money and trying to turn a public good into a privatized for-profit revenue stream.
Open Badge Believer Blog Image
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By John Jones March 27, 2014 - 9:07am Comments
Spritz is a startup that wants to change how people read on small screens.
Reading Like a Computer Reads Blog Image
Howard Rheingold  Profile Picture
By Howard Rheingold March 24, 2014 - 10:13am Comments
I’m an advocate of cultivating and tuning the network of people I follow on Twitter, a practice that includes my willingnes
Theory of Knowledge, Social Media, Connected Learning in High School
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By Liz Losh March 20, 2014 - 10:12am Comments
Previously, I’ve written about role-playing racial history through digital games, so it is perhaps not surprising that I would be interested i
Gaming and New Gender Paradigms Blog Image
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By Buffy J. Hamilton March 17, 2014 - 9:57am Comments
The look of any library — school, academic, or public — is always dependent on local needs in a community, but the feature that has traditionally characterized all types of libraries is reading literacy and the tools and practices that suppor
The Rise of Writing Literacies, Implications for Libraries Blog Image
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By Barry Joseph March 13, 2014 - 9:00am Comments
Don't get me wrong. I love badges, digital badges for learning. And I don't mean just for some hoped-for potential to transform the learning landscape.
My Beef With Badges Blog Image
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By Philipp Schmidt March 10, 2014 - 9:25am Comments
I often get asked questions like these: Does peer learning really work? Don’t we need experts to learn from? Can the (proverbially) blind really lead the blind? Those are good questions and I will get back to them in a second.
The Great Peer Learning Pyramid Scheme Blog Image
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By Antero Garcia March 6, 2014 - 6:22am Comments
Last week saw the release of Teaching in the Connected Learn
Connected Learning Report: Educators Exemplifying Theory-Building Blog Image
Howard Rheingold  Profile Picture
By Howard Rheingold March 3, 2014 - 10:02am Comments
“It’s not just about studying and learning,” says Pitzer College student Susanna Ferrell.
DOCC Drives Feminist Activism Blog Image
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By John Jones February 27, 2014 - 11:06am Comments
In a recent post, I critiqued the claims in Ferris Jabr's Scientific American article, "
woman reading