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  1. Great article on how the Forum makes discussion easier. Not about having all of the shiny bits.
    http://www.ucalgary.ca/utoday/issue/2...stID=cfd4b5a6072ae70cdf5d884a5c101ffa
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2017-12-18)
  2. The EdMedia World Conference on Educational Media and Technology is an international conference, organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

    This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications/distance education.

    Co-sponsored by the:
    Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia
    International Journal on E-Learning
    Journal of Interactive Learning Research
    http://www.aace.org/conf/edmedia
    Tags: , by dnorman (2017-04-06)
  3. Csound is a sound and music computing system which was originally developed by Barry Vercoe in 1985 at MIT Media Lab. Since the 90s, it has been developed by a group of core developers. A wider community of volunteers contribute examples, documentation, articles, and takes part in the Csound development with bug reports, feature requests and discussions with the core development team.

    Although Csound has a strong tradition as a tool for composing electro-acoustic pieces, it is used by composers and musicians for any kind of music that can be made with the help of the computer. Csound has tradtionally being used in a non-interactive score driven context, but nowadays it is mostly used in in a real-time context. Csound can run on a host of different platforms incuding all major operating systems as well as Android and iOS. Csound can also be called through other programming languages such as Python, Lua, C/C++, Java, etc.
    https://csound.github.io
    Tags: , by dnorman (2016-05-18)
  4. Jim groom facilitating discussions on containers/APIs/etc.
    http://forum.networkedlearning.net/c/march2016-clouds
    by dnorman (2016-03-13)
  5. Netlytic is a cloud-based text and social networks analyzer that can automatically summarize and discover social networks from online conversations on social media sites
    https://netlytic.org
  6. Via Tressie. Great looking web commentary tool.
    https://hypothes.is
    Tags: , by dnorman (2015-10-20)
  7. This conference is an opportunity to bring together faculty, students, staff, and administrators across disciplines and institutions to discuss how teaching and learning creates communities at local, regional, national and international levels. We encourage discussion related to how community creates identities and belonging as well as how notions of community establish boundaries and borders.

    We invite abstract submissions that draw connections to community in evidence-informed teaching practices and welcome research on any area related to teaching and learning in higher education, including (but not limited to):

    Collaborative teaching methods
    Building student community
    Online learning communities and teaching with technology
    Teaching large classes and community building
    Community engaged learning
    Inter- and Trans-disciplinary teaching and learning communities
    Inclusivity and diversity in teaching and learning
    Fostering networks within academia
    https://miietl.mcmaster.ca/conference/index.php/RTL2015/RTL2015
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2015-09-23)
  8. I teach in the course blog comments and in the discussion boards I am not supposed to visit. ‘They’ see my teaching in the static ‘permanent send’ mode of the ‘module’. This may be obvious to others, but it was not obvious to me until I found myself resisting the checklists served up with deadly talking head videos on a course that is about mindful communication!
    https://medium.com/@mdvfunes/the-teac...-happens-in-the-comments-fb108d0eae5b
    Tags: , by dnorman (2015-05-17)
  9. Magna Commons is an online, cloud-based professional development resource for faculty and administrators.

    With a yearly subscription, your entire campus will have on-demand access to a library of the best Magna Online Seminars. Because all seminars are online, users can access this resource whenever and wherever they are. Watch seminars at home, at work, in a group, on a tablet, or even on a smartphone.

    All seminars are presented by highly respected names in higher education. And each comes with a host of tools to support learning, including:

    Handouts
    Supplemental materials
    An in-depth facilitator's discussion guide
    A complete transcript
    With the wealth of topics available in Magna Commons, and unlimited access for your campus, each member of the community can tailor his or her learning to their professional development needs.

    It's a flexible, practical means for everyone at your institution to build knowledge and improve performance.It really is an extraordinary collection of educational resources.
    http://www.magnapubs.com/digital-library/magna-commons-3226-1.html
  10. export Bb discussions etc… for use outside of Bb
    http://its2.unc.edu/tl/tli/bFree/index.html
    Tags: , by dnorman (2014-04-30)

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