I was Wrong

Last week, soon after I had posted about Open Yale Courses, conversation about it started on the DEOS listserv. While I’ve been an avid lurker for years, I had never Continue Reading →

Amazon’s Kindle and the Future of Books

I was delighted to learn about the announcement of Amazon’s Kindle in the past month or so. This wireless reading device uses electronic paper supposedly as easy on the eye Continue Reading →

Open Source Universities

The concept of open source has been around for a long time. The basic idea is that programmers leave the source code open for all to use and edit. For Continue Reading →

Narrative Inqiury and Digital Storytelling

As of December 18, 2006, there is a Handbook of Narrative Inquiry: Mapping a Methodology! This 750 page handbook is the first comprehensive resource for those who are interested in Continue Reading →