10 Response to “We Don’t Have Enough Resources to Make a Difference”

As a professor and consultant, I work with a variety of people who feel inhibited by limited resources. While the topic of inadequate resources is a real and important one, Continue Reading →

8 Books for a Rich and Diverse Perspective on Digital Literacies

Orality and Literacy by Walter Ong  – This is a classic text, describing how various societies transitioned form an oral tradition to a written tradition.  Written largely before the Internet, Continue Reading →

If you can’t read it, then it can’t influence you = false

If you can’t read it, then it can’t influence you.  That may be true with words and books, but it is not true in a world of images, music and Continue Reading →

Toward Digital Collaboration Fluency

As I reflect upon some of my recent experiences in MOOCs (most recently #ETMOOC and #EDCMOOC) and online communities (especially my recent participation in #COOPLIT), I find myself thinking about Continue Reading →