Educational Technology

Jenkins/Halverson chat “Is New Media Incompatable with Schooling?”(1) and (2) (nominated by Trevor Owens)

Matthew K. Gold, Against Learning Management Systems

Boone Gorges, Parsing the Box (response to Gold, Against LMSes)

Jim Groom, The Glass Bees (nominated by Matt Gold)

Mills Kelly, Will the Center Hold? (nominated by Dan Cohen)

Deschooling Society (wikipedia article nominated by Trevor Owens)

Boone Gorges, A distributed, multi-client courseware (Nominated by Brian Croxall)

Meredith Farkas, Rethinking Online Learning (nominated by Dorothea Salo)

Jeff McClurken, Where’s the Prof?: Twitter Feeds for Your Office Door

Hillary Miller, Lessons from a First-Time Course Blogger (nominated by Luke Waltzer)

Jeremy Boggs, Three Roles for Teachers using Technology

Jim Groom, What is an Instructional Technologist? (nominated by Matt Gold)

Jim Groom, Domain of One’s Own (nominated by Matt Gold)

Gardner Campbell, A Personal Cyberinfrastructure (nominated by Matt Gold)

Amy Cavender, Why Teach Tech in Political Science?

Ethan Watrall, Welcome to the Open Classroom (video)

Shawn Graham, Archaeology in, and archaeology of, Second Life

Shawn Graham, Online Education: Walled Garden vs Dating Service

Audrey Williams, The “EDUbrowser” – a vision

Rey Junco, Using Multiple Video Chats in Education

Luke Waltzer, Towards the Next Stage of EdTech at CUNY

Luke Waltzer, The Aesthetics of the Virtual Learning Space

Alex Juhasz, Teaching on YouTube

Christopher P. Long, Why I Teach With Blogs (video)

Stephen Downes, The Buntine Oration: Learning Networks (nomination by @bdieu)

Michael Wesch, From Knowledgable to Knowledge-able: Learning in New Media Environments

Mark Sample, Twitter is a Snark Valve

Mark Sample, Reflections on a Technology-Driven Syllabus

Mark Sample, Pedagogy and the Class Blog

Mark Sample, Zen Scavenger Essay Writing

David Doria, Problem Abstraction: Helping others help you & promoting the archive-ability of your answer

Meg Stewart, Academic technologists know how to use a computer: Does that mean they should be in the central computing group?

Monica Bulger, Managing Distraction: Reading in the Age of the App, Banning laptops doesn’t solve the distraction problem (nominated by Christine Madsen)

Cole Camplese, Relationships that Don’t Suck

Washington University-St. Louis Liberman Fellows Tanya Roth (Consulting Fellow/PhD candidate in history), Bryn Lutes (Senior Fellow/PhD Candidate in Chemistry), and Rajbir Hazelwood (Junior Fellow/PhD candidate in history), Things We Learned While Teaching About Technology in the Classroom

Manan Ahmed, The Polyglot Manifesto

John Fenn, Art and (Sustainable) Society Re-Mix: An exercise in building a course using transmedia pedagogy

Luke Waltzer, Guerrillas in the Midst

Matt Gold, Guerrilla Pedagogy: a hit-and-run guide to mobile, open-source, aggregated course design (nominated by Luke Waltzer)

Thomas Patrick Huston, Public Education, Politics, and the Paradigm Shift

Derek Bruff, Backchannel in Education – Nine Uses

Center4Edupunx, Edupunk is just a tag … bootstrapping is a life philosophy

Tim Carmody,

Bill Wolff, using twitter in the graduate classroom

Bill Wolff, teaching students how to create meaningful tags

Bill Wolff, using web 2.0 in the writing classroom

Bill Wolff, 6 recommendations for teaching with the flip video camera