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  1. great recap of BCCampus FoL. Every 2 years. Community hootenanny. I should have been there.
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2016-09-14)
  2. "This tension also explains, to me, why the more visual social networks have stayed fun and vibrant even as the text-based ones have not. Vine, Pinterest, and Instagram don’t traffic in words, which can be reduced to identity-based magnum opi, but in images, which are a little harder to smoosh. Visual conversations have stayed chatty, in other words."
  3. 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
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  4. If the content you find important never makes it to the front page, you write off the site as “not for you” and let your account wither and die. Repeat that process, and the site’s user base and content become homogenous and predictable
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  7. Informal Education is a new University of Calgary podcast that will broadcast voices of the university community. The first episode was launched on Feb. 13. New episodes will air every Wednesday and are 50 to 110 minutes long. 

    According to third-year English student, host and creator of Informal Education Kelsy Norman, there are large gaps between faculty, administration and students. Informal Education, however, will work to close these gaps.

    “I look at a problem at the 
U of C and I feel that we could work on building a better community,” said Norman. 

    Norman, a faculty of arts representative and avid listener of podcasts, felt he could use his connections on campus to build a platform for exploring the lives of community members. 

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