What might help?

I’m thinking about these voices of protest who are enabled to be incredibly effective because of the scale and reach, on the exact same platform that enables all the harm it enables. I’ve been busy lately so I haven’t been on Twitter, or anywhere else, much. So when I popped in some time today and […]

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Curating Digital Voices in the Margins

The following is a paper written for my doctoral program. I thought about trying to clean it up and publish it somewhere, but not sure where to submit it for consideration (suggestions welcome). In the meantime, I thought I’d share it here. _______________________________________ In open online spaces, we are not equally fragile. It is everyone’s […]

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Creativity at a Distance

We are in the midst of planning an event at TRU for October 23 & 24, 2017 called Creativity in the Open. I’ve described it as: Two days of sharing ideas about openness and creativity and their place in education in a fun and informal atmosphere. We are very lucky to have Laura Ritchie, Rajiv […]

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thinking small does matter

“So the help I need here is how to communicate meaning behind what we do without that broad-scale scientific evidence. Because what we do HAS meaning. Thinking small DOES matter. The communication of what matters is what’s hard, for me.” ~ Chuck Pearson   I had planned to write a different paper. I had wanted […]

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