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  1. amiddlet50

    Space, walking and non-verbal communications #activelearning

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    Learning walks are valuable conversational spaces. They tend to be non-confrontational and, for me, epitomise co-operative learning. Not only do they feel familiar spaces exemplifying a networked paradigm as people move naturally between small groups through the course of semi-structured … Continue reading
  2. Antonio Vantaggiato

    Intriguing Stuff In Abkhasia: Words Begin With ‘A’

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    Wikipedia image: Apsua Holding Apsny Flag, by Apsuwara - CC-Licensed BY-SA

    I love languages and and here I want to talk a bit about how huge and weird can be the world of languages, also in the sense that it has produced really strange stuff. I stumbled into the Abkhasian language (spoken … Continue reading

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  3. @https://twitter.com/MCorbettWilson

    Listening to the Spring Rain and Wikipedia

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    So far in 2018, the second Monday evening of the month is technology night at the Western Institute for Social Research (WISR). In my new (volunteer) position as Learning Technologist, I suggested this ongoing event to help the faculty and administration improve their digital skills as they transition to an online accredited institution. For our […]
  4. @https://twitter.com/MCorbettWilson

    Here we go again! Taking Year 2 of Networked Narratives for a spin!

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    What The Heck Kind of Course is This? At the core this is a bonafide on the ground course in Networked Narratives at Kean University, with registered students who will spend some time each week in a classroom. Last year it was co-taught by Mia Zamora at Kean join via the interwebs by Alan Levine […]

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