Category: Web 2.0

The Professional and the Personal

Back in 2008, Martin Weller’s video, A Twitter Love Song, captured the potential of social media to be the ‘sweet spot’, a kind of comfortable marriage of […] 

Digital Citizenship & Flow

What percentage of students in Australian schools are explicitly taught digital citizenship skills? There are plenty of government sponsored projects that provide resources but how […] 

A Post-Google Reader World

…the plan is to add more services you can choose from in the next weeks and months…* Sue Waters and Richard Byrne recently posted about alternatives […] 

2012 Edublog Awards: Celebrating the Best of the Web

November has been so busy and I am embarrassed to admit that, for the first time in 5 years, I completely missed nominating bloggers for the 2012 […] 

#iPhoneography

“The best camera is the one that’s with you.”   Chase Jarvis iPhoneography I really want to learn more about iPhoneography. This art of capturing images, […] 

Digital Citizenship, Facebook and Schools

What is it to be a good digital citizen? How do schools effectively manage their online reputation and assist students to be safe? How does a […] 

Teacher-Librarians

Thanks to Robyn Beyer and the organising committee of the Northern Sydney Regional Teacher-Librarian conference for kindly inviting me to present the keynote today. It was […] 

AI MOOC (Guest Post)

My colleague, Andrew Walker, writes about his experience doing Stanford University’s AI course in a guest (and his first) blog post.   cc licensed ( […] 

Connectivism and Connective Knowledge #CCK12

Connectivism and Connective Knowledge is an open online course that over 12 weeks explores the concepts of connectivism and connective knowledge and explore their application […] 

The best of both worlds: an anecdote

I have been asked to ‘lecture’ at the University of Wollongong this year. This position gives me the privilege of working with tertiary students preparing […] 

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