Monthly Archives: August 2012

Goodbye, textbooks; hello, open-source learning. Richard Baraniuk TED Talk

Lots of exciting things happening in the world of learning.

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 10 – Instructional Technology Exam Question 3

For my Instructional Technology doctoral qualifying exams I was given one question each week for three weeks.  I had to answer the question in a week’s time, open source, open book.  My third question was intended to contribute to the … Continue reading

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 9 – Instructional Technology Exam Question 2

For my Instructional Technology doctoral qualifying exams I was given one question each week for three weeks.  I had to answer the question in a week’s time, open source, open book.  This was question 2. Question 2: Choose either Option … Continue reading

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The Future of Academic Scholarship. Open.

This piece by Bryn Geffert on the open future of academic scholarship is brilliant and hilarious all at the same time, using the literary format of C.S. Lewis’ “Screwtape Letters.” How to Succeed in Publishing Without Really Trying

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Designing the Seattle Central Library. Joshua Prince-Ramus TED Talk

Wow, the human imagination is always so fascinating.

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 8 – Instructional Technology Exam Question 1

For my Instructional Technology doctoral qualifying exams I was given one question each week for three weeks.  I had to answer the question in a week’s time, open source, open book.  This was question 1. Question 1: Critique of research … Continue reading

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Doctoral Qualifying Exams: Part 7 – Instructional Technology Reading List

The Instructional Technology reading list was not quite as long as the Religious Studies reading list (144 items compared to 194 items).  And, I read this list over the course of several years in my Instructional Technology program before the … Continue reading

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