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+Audrey Watters's Keynote at the Digital Pedagogy Lab 2015 Institute is free and open to the public. If you're in the Madison area, I hope you'll join us. It is scheduled on Monday, August 10 from 4:00 - 5:30 in the Pyle Center Alumni Lounge with a reception after (free food and a cash bar).

The keynote will also be recorded and live-streamed. Consider the live-stream "in beta." If you have difficulty accessing, we will upload her keynote in full HD soon after the Institute.

+Sean Michael Morris will introduce Audrey, and you can chat with the other institute faculty during the reception: +Adeline Koh+Bonnie Stewart, and me. If you're attending the Distance Teaching and Learning conference next week, one of my goal's with this keynote was to gather together folks in a room that might not otherwise cross paths -- a network of folks using digital tech in f2f classes and a network of folks teaching fully online. The Institute is focused specifically on Critical Digital Pedagogy -- which leaves no edtech stones unturned and considers not just the whats and hows of edtech but also the whys and whethers.

We'll be using the ‪#‎digped‬ hashtag on Twitter during the Institute.
"All the visions of the future of education, the future of teaching, the future of work, the future of learning are ideological. They are also political.” ~ Audrey Watters “Teaching Machines: The H...
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Kentucky proposed bill alternative suggested by code.org that computer sciences should be credited math courses makes way more sense!
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+ALCHEMIST CLUB Johnny, it's nice to hear from you. I look forward to hearing your ideas.
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When I started teaching 28 years ago I had a computer in my classroom. I still have a computer in my classroom. #1to1computing  
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Great article (again), thanks a lot for sharing!

If it comes to tests, I see multiple choice tests as one of the weakest methods. Every single multiple choice test I've seen so far, do not need a deep understanding of the learning objectives. It doesn't really test if the learner has developed one of the higher levels of Bloomeberg's revised taxonomy. Im my humble opinion, multiple choice is firmly anchored in "Remember".

Nearly every learner is able to solve nearly any multiple choice test by through learning by heart. In most cases a really deep understanding is is not necessary and very often it is possible to solve these ugly tests by guessing.
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Heh, Geeks Like Me!  Check out my collection on my blog! http://www.retroedtech.com/2013/12/super-cool-70s-spelling-tech.html
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freelance writer; education hacker and rabble-rouser; open source and open education advocate; folklorist; data-curious; tattooed beer snob; PhD dropout and part-time badass
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Visualization of the Week: Visualizing the Library Catalog - O'Reilly Radar
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The WorldCat Identity Network creates an interactive map where users can see how authors and characters are related.

The nexus of data, art and science is where the interesting stuff happen...
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Jer Thorp, data artist in residence at the New York Times, sits at the crossroads of data, art and science. Here he discusses his work at the Times and, more

Visualization of the Week: The Collatz conjecture - O'Reilly Radar
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This week's visualization is an animated graph of the Collatz conjecture, which posits that no matter what number you start with, you'll eventually get to 1.

Visualization of the Week: Social media and the UK riots - O'Reilly Radar
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The Guardian has created an interactive visualization of some 2.5 million tweets to challenge the British government's contention that rioters used Twitter to

Visualization of the Week: Sentiment in the Bible - O'Reilly Radar
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OpenBible.info found a novel way to examine one of the world's most analyzed texts: Create a visualization showing the rise and fall of sentiment across the

Batman in the Style of Dr. Seuss
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Australian illustrator DrFaustusAU created this wonderful series of Dr. Seuss-inspired Batman illustrations. We previously wrote about DrFau

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Year-End Stats from MIT Point to Increasing Popularity of Open Education...
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Like many sites and services, MIT OpenCourseWare has released some of its user statistics from 2010. An initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Criticism of Online Learning Misses Important Questions | MindShift
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LATEST POSTS. What's Your Major Working Toward the Uninvented Job · Ada Lovelace Day Celebrates Women in STEM · Getting Students of Color Hooked on Math and

The Zynga Abyss
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Too many video games treat players like rats in a Skinner Box, lulling them into easy stimulation but requiring little creativity.

Strata Week: Twitter's coming Storm, data and maps from the London riots...
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This week's data news includes Twitter's plans to open-source its Hadoop-like data processing tool and some of the various mapping and real-time data efforts

Volkswagen Imperial AT-AT Walker
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This Volkswagen T1 van has been transformed into a Star Wars Imperial AT-AT Walker. via Jack Schofield and ThinkGeek images via EMPIDOC and

Alien vs. Predator Chess Set
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> DeviantArtist "Joker-laugh" built this amazing AVM chess set which has recently been wowing its way through the geek blogo

Duchamp was here - Boing Boing
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Where Are the Girl Hackers at Hackathons @ API Evangelist
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Where Are the Girl Hackers at Hackathons. by Kin Lane on 02/05/2012. I brought my 11 year old daughter Kaia, to the Trojan Hack at USC Frida

A GarageBand for ebooks: Simplifying publishing could mean a flood of ne...
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Apple's new rumored ebook-publishing tool could bring ease-of-use to a complicated process. That could have a big impact on the field.

Getting Scoops Is Not (Necessarily) the Same as “Doing Journalism” | Med...
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There's been a bit of a shitstorm the past few days over TechCrunch blogger turned venture capitalist M.G Siegler's defense of Path,