Month July 2019

1-1 Assessment Meeting & Course Reflections

Hi all! Can you believe it is the end of term already?? It has been SUCH a pleasure to learn and work with all of you. Both of us– Valerie and Jennifer – would each like to set up a… Continue Reading →

Doodle Poll for Synchronous Sessions in the Fall

Hi all, Please complete THIS Doodle Poll to determine when we can hold synchronous class times in the Fall. I set it to only 1-hour, but some sessions may be 1.5 hours and we’ll use your availability to determine the… Continue Reading →

Dr. Martin Weller…

just emailed in anticipation of our time with him tomorrow. Enjoy reading his paper which focuses on digital scholarship and come with your thoughts and questions–it’s your chance to interact with Martin and his latest ideas!

Edcamp Class on Monday!

We will have an Edcamp on Monday’s class from 12:30-1:30pm, where our class will split into breakout video rooms based on topics you pick and you upvote (so bring your headphones and laptop if you are an on-campus learner as… Continue Reading →


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Relevant to EDCI 515… how so?

Curious?… Relevant to EDCI 515?… how so?  

Protected: Sharing Schedule & Social Spaces Page

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On Monday, we…

…have the good fortune to meet Dr. Alexandra D’Arcy (Associate Professor, Director of the Sociolinguistics Research Lab (SLRL), and Chair of the Human Research Ethics Board at UVic).¬†Enjoy reading her chapter IRBs, researchers, and the gathering of data from social… Continue Reading →

Assignment #2

Hello everyone, This morning, you found out which course reading you will structure your presentation/blog post around to complete Assignment #2. On the scheduled day for that course reading (i.e., your ‘due date’ for the presentation/blog assignment), you will present… Continue Reading →

Copyright & Copyleft

We have been presented with a bimodal thinking when it comes to licensing and access to resources. These are copyrighted and public domain works at each extreme, but Larry Lessig founded Creative Commons licensing to allow people to retain copyright,… Continue Reading →

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