Re: [multilit] ds106 introduction recap
- Hey Scott,
Thanks for a fascinating chat as always, about an intriguing concept for
student collaboration through blogging and tagging, always dear to our
hearts (a la http://writingmatrix.wikispaces.com). The link to the
recording and various other online artifacts are posted at
I might be amenable to something along these lines next September. I'll
have some students doing final projects in an academic communication course
at that time and I might need to chill them out. We'll talk more about it.
Meanwhile, lots of links to Jim Groom up at the podcast blog and if anyone
sees the URL for the TED talk he did for NYED last Saturday, let us know,
On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 4:29 PM, sacato <scott.lockman@...> wrote:
> I'd like to send out a big thank you to the kind folks who took the time
> to join the recent Learning2gether session this past Sunday. It was a treat
> to attempt to explain ds106 and invite further thinking about how such a
> course model might be used in language teaching contexts.
> Also much thanks to Vance for guiding me through the process of working
> with Elluminate / BBCollaborate. I'd have been at a complete loss at
> numerous points were it not for his gentle and encouraging support.
> I continue to think that there ought to be some way to incorporate a ds106
> open assignment model but I doubt that I can figure it out on my own. I'd
> love to connect with any who might be interested in considering the
> Thank you.
> Scott Lockman
> twitter: scottlo
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