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Pete Rorabaugh
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"All is telling. Do not doubt it."
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Hi everyone! We've migrating this community to our website (link below). We'll continue to keep updates (event announcements, news, etc.) from that page published here as links. If you'd prefer to follow along on Twitter or Facebook, those account links can be found on our website as well. We hope to see you or meet you this fall at +Brennan Collins's Digital Pedagogy Meetups (schedule posted on our site as well). Look forward to the community growing this academic year. 

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Ok #ATLCL folks: It's time for a good old fashioned debate that will range from philosophy to computer science to cognitive psychology. Time's story this week, "How High Is Your XQ?" is relevant for students, parents, teachers, employers, job seekers, humanists, and scientists. But in what ways? 

(Content is only fully viewable to subscribers, but I was able to find it easily in our library's database. Let me know if you can't put your hands on it, and I give you a boost.)

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Thanks for sharing +Timothy Harfield 
Following Jeff Donnell's presentation on DIY grammar checking yesterday, this meet-up on Thursday about DIY educational technology might be of interest to some of you.

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A really interesting proposal idea for "artists, scientists, architects, performers, students and visionaries." Due date is Feb. 24. Quick turn around time, but quick selection too.

Help me pick dates for #THATCamp SE!

I'm a little behind in my timeline, but I've gotten funding and space committed from my department (Digital Writing and Media Arts) to host a THATCamp this spring, and I'd like to make it #5 in the list of THATCamp SE (Southeast) that many of us have enjoyed (thanks for +Brian Croxall for kicking that off at Emory in 2011). 

If you think you'd be interested in attending, which of the following three dates work best for you?

Weekend of March 13
Weekend of April 10
Weekend of May 22

There are pluses and minuses of each weekend (too early? too late? etc.), but mostly, I'd like to take your input into account in choosing. Will you please indicate below which weekend is best for you if you're interested in attending?

Also, this is an open link, so share widely with anyone whom you think might be interested. I will be deciding and emailing THATCamp by the end of the weekend.

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My final conversation with +Rabia Chaudry on the Serial podcast today at 12pmEST. More discussion on our future plans.

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We (Brennan, Timothy, David, and I) have been working on a site to act as a better hub for the kinds of conversations we've all been having in this space for over a year. Work has been slow, but I hope we will be able to make a shift over there soon. That site is: www.atlcl.org. More details this in the coming months about the shift, but feel free to give us some feedback on how it looks and what kind of functionality you'd like it to have. I will also be keeping this community open as an extension of Atlanta Connected Learning.
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