Tag Archives: personal learning networks

Social networks and learning networks

Image via Wikipedia About a year ago, I started teaching a course on Instructional Technology in Teaching and dived head first into the world of Web 2.0. Somewhere a long the way, I found a blog post that mentioned the … Continue reading

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Reflections on Twitter

About a month ago, I posted about my intention to use Twitter as a one-line professional development blog.  My goal was to post every day for a week and then report on my experience at the end of the week.  … Continue reading

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The networked nature of information

Sometimes I follow The Learning Circuits blog and its monthly “Big Question”.  This month’s questions were borrowed from the Work Literacy blog, which I’ve also been following lately.  The questions that Tony Karrer asked on The Learning Circuits blog are … Continue reading

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One line professional development blog

Most of the bloggers that I follow use Twitter to a much greater extent than I do. In all honesty, I can barely claim to “use” Twitter at all; I think I only average about one tweet a week. I … Continue reading

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A change I’d like to see . . .

As one of my professional development goals for this summer, I decided to participate in the first annual CASTLE Summer book club. The book we are reading for this summer is Influencer: The Power to Change Anything by Kerry Patterson, … Continue reading

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A Discussion about My Graduate Work

Last week I got an email telling me that the next issue of the Alumni Magazine for the School of Education has a technology theme and my graduate work has been suggested as a possible topic to feature.  This surprised … Continue reading

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Networks and Mind Mapping

I was out of town on a quasi-vacation most of this past week and I used my time in airports and on planes to read two library books. The first book I finished was The Mind Map Book: How to … Continue reading

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