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  1. December 12th

    1. Posted Active gaming: A new paradigm in childhood physical activity.

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  2. December 11th

    1. Make a rhizome. But you don’t know what you can make a rhizome with, you don’t know which subterranean stem is going to make a rhizome, or enter a becoming, people your desert. So, experiment. (Deleuze &Guattari, 1987: 246)   This text participates in the process of gathering (Edwards, 2010:5) spun over twelve weeks of [...]

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  3. December 10th

    1. “The single-minded commitment to relationality makes it possible to explore strange and heterogenous links and follow surprising actors to equally surprising places. It highlights practices offlimits and uninteresting to non-semiotic approaches. It does this by eroding distinctions in kind, ontological distinctions. In short, the toolkit can b...

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    3. While trying to crack posthuman pedagogy, the ideas put forward by Gough (2004) struck me as potentially good guidelines. Toward the end of his paper, he criticises the Cyborg Manifesto, which, in his opinion, although firmly grounded in situated knowledge, cyborg ontology and border pedagogy lacks the art, the humour and the paradox of Deleuze...

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  4. December 9th

    1. Posted Comments on: Posthuman Pedagogy.

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    3. The term visual turn stuck to me the moment I heard it, mostly because of its interpretive openness and democracy of relations with  no embedded subordination. The visual syntax resembles a rhizome more than a Chomskyan tree. Visually, the day is ‘a day of encountering significant objects rather than action-events’ (Kress, 2005). A day … ...

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  5. December 8th

    1. iCyborg

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    2. This paper argues that affect and desire as an ontological passions play a central role in Deleuze and Guattari's philosophical intervention. The political economy of this kind of affectivity, however, is linked to a neo-vitalist brand of anti-essentialist bodily materialism. This approach is openly critical of the linguistic paradigm of medi...

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    3. Through what narrative and textual strategies might we...

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    4. Shared The Actor Network Resource, Lancaster University.

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    5. Ian Bogost's Website

      Shared Videogame theory, Criticism, Design.

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    6. Liked Seeing Things - OOOIII.

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    7. Opening up to knowledge work as gaming through stories, histories, and conversationsStarting to play with pastpresents: writing technology ecologies and Inka stringsContexts for gaming: distributed knowledges, academic capitalism and televisionHere we are now, embarked on Cat's Cradle with a range of other actorsPlaying the game with others: ...

      Shared Pastpresents: Playing Cat's Cradle with D. Haraway.

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    8. Donna Haraway’s Cat’s Cradle as a metaphor for the...

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    9. Shared The Most Apt Metaphor: Donna Haraway's Cat's Cradle and the Internet.

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    10. Shared Modest−Witness@Second−Millennium ... - Donna Jeanne Haraway.

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  6. December 7th

    1. The Posthumanities Hub is a platform at Tema Genus (Department of Gender Studies, Linköping University) for inventive scholarly research, feminist networking and creative postgraduate training within a critical framework of posthumanities (cf. Cary Wolf; Donna Haraway 2008). We focus on the natures and cultures of gender across the humanit...

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    2. Annotations: Wiener's followers saw cybernetics as a science that would explain the world as a set of feedback systems, allowing rational control of bodies, machines, factories, communities, and just about anything else. Cybernetics promi...

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    3. Annotations: Cyborgs, Haraway explains, "are information machines. They're embedded with circular causal systems, autonomous control mechanisms, information processing - automatons with built-in autonomy." ...

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    4. Annotations: Technology is not neutral. We're inside of what we make, and it's inside of us. We're living in a world of connections - and it matters which ones get made and  unmade. ...

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    5. “… my dream is a version of the posthuman that embraces the possibilities of information technologies without being seduced by fantasies of unlimited power and disembodied immortality …” - Hayles, K. (1999) How We Became Posthuman

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    6. An interview with Katherine Hayles on embodiment, virtual reality and the need to stop seeing the human as an independent being, always in control of the environment

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    7. V2_ is an interdisciplinary center for art and media technology in Rotterdam (the Netherlands). V2_'s activities include organizing presentations, exhibitions and workshops, research and development of artworks in its own media lab, distributing artworks through its Agency, publishing in the field of art and media technology, and develo...

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  7. December 6th

    1.  Jon Cartwright reports that this material “mimics the mass, thickness, and elasticity of the skin. Like an extra-clingy plastic wrap, the elastomer sticks to the skin naturally, using only the weak, short-range, attractive forces that always exist between neighboring molecules for adhesion. It can stay attached for over 24 hours almost an...

      Shared 'Electronic Skin' Grafts Gadgets to Body - ScienceNOW.

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    2. the label “living picture” has been misapplied to Lytro technology. These photos are not alive and do not seem so revolutionary after all. However, they do mark a new way in which users might experience photos on social media: instead of leaning back, scrolling and clicking-through, viewers are enticed to lean forward and manipulate. Look...

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    3. ANT is a disparate family of material-semiotic tools, sensibilities and methods of analysis that treat everything in the social and natural worlds as a continuously generated effect of the webs of relations within which they are located. It assumes that nothing has reality or form outside the enactment of those relations. Its studies explore ...

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    4. A blog post by Cathy Davidson. Her five things are: learning/research as macroscope, code is never finished, ability to tell stories with data, forking, building better tools together.

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    5. A series of blog posts by Giorgio Bertini tagged with 'Rhizomatic change'

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    6. A Rhizomatic view of knowledge is inherently anti-hierarchal. It doesn’t allow to tell someone else what to know, nor does it like being in the position where the ‘right way’ established by someone else can be identified. 

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    7. On struggling in the garden of learning and discovering something rhizomatic along the path. Annotations: In Clark Quinn I do discover something rhizomatic.  ” … My problem with the formal models of instructional design (e.g. ADDI...

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    8. David R. Weinbaum (Weaver) writes about Deleuze’s philosphy of...

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    9. This paper by David Winebaum (Weaver) introduces Deleuze's philosophy of becoming in system theoretic framework and proposes an alternative ontological foundation to the study of systems and complex systems in particular.

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  8. December 3rd

    1. Shared A Brief Summary of Actor Network Theory » Cyborgology.

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  9. December 2nd

    1. Dave Cormier's 'Rhizomes' series of blog postings

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    2. Educational Philosophy and Theory - Volume 36, Issue 3 - July 2004 - Wiley Online Library Experiencing Deleuze (pages 227–231) by Inna Semetsky Commencing the Rhizome: Towards a minor philosophy of education (pages 233–251) by Zelia Gregoriou RhizomANTically Becoming-Cyborg: Performing posthuman pedagogies (pages 253–265) by Noel Gough ...

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    3. What is rhizomatic learning and how to ask good questions.

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    4. Mary Ann Reilly on her visit to a rhizomatic classroom. Annotations: has no beginning or end; it is always in the middle, between things, interbeing, intermezzo. The tree is filiation, but the rhizome is alliance, uniquely alliance. The ...

      Shared Between the By-Road and the Main Road: Rhizomatic Learning.

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  10. December 1st

    1. This makes me think of the night sky. We humans look at the...

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    2. Keith Hammon attempts to define rhizome and rhizomatic learning Annotations: the rhizome is a metaphor, not a theory or a procedure based on a theory. ...

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    3. Reductionism wants to disentangle the single noodle of my life,...

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    4. The rhizome is an antigenealogy. It is a short-term memory, or...

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    5. What is needed is a model of knowledge acquisition that accounts...

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    6. The purpose of this paper is to describe the design and implementation of an open access, graduate education course where openness, connectivism, and social learning are guiding principles. The described experience aims to offer insight into developing courses that respond to changes in the manner in which individuals learn, connect, and form...

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    7. AlecCouros's graduate-level course in educational technology offered at the University of Regina provides anideal example of the role social learning and negotiation can play in learning (Exhibit 3). Students in Couros'sclass worked from a curriculum created through their own negotiations of knowledge and formed their ownpersonally mapped net...

      Shared Exhibit 3: Computers in the Classroom: Appropriate Curriculum and Instruction Related to Computer Technology.

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    8. The Open Habitat Project is an effort, funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), to explore how multiuser virtual environments (MUVEs) can be used effectively in a classroom setting and examine best practices for implementing MUVEs in the classroom. To link participating researchers from partner institutions in Britain and Ca...

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    9. In the rhizomatic view, knowledge can only be negotiated, and...

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    10. Dave Cormier on rhizome as a new way of looking at curriculum. An article written for Innovate. The existing educational model with its expert-centered pedagogical planning and publishing cycle is too static and prescribed to accommodate the kind of fluid, transitory conception of knowledge that is necessary to understand the simplest of Web...

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    11. Posted Review of Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society Conference 2010: E-learning and computer competency research in the age of social media.

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  11. November 30th

    1. Posted Comments on: Posthuman(esque) Pedagogy?.

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  12. November 28th

    1. Posted Capturing literacy learners: Evaluating a reading programme using popular novels and films with subtitles.

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  13. November 27th

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    2. Dave Cormier on rhizomatic learning

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    3. Siemens on rhizomes vs networks: Rhizomes then, are effective for describing the structure and form of knowledge and learning – bumpy, lumpy, organic, and adaptive. But they fail to describe how learning occurs, how novelty happens, and how a rhizome becomes more than a replication of itself. Rhizomes can be a helpful way to think about cur...

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    4. Posted Volume 3, Issue 2 Cover Art by Orange Segment Print and Design Studio..

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  14. November 26th

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    2. Is it possible to create a space where these two species of knowledge can meet and mingle? (Pedersen, 2010: 241). I found this question to be crucial when considering educability of the posthuman. What Pedersen meant in her article was the boundary work between animal and education studies but it could be extended to whole [...]

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  15. November 24th

    1. Joanna Zylinska’s I Don’t Go to the Movies explores the process of looking at strangers in public spaces. Using a remediated filmic look and staging encounters between the already-seen and the merely-imagined, she aims to create the experience of ‘street cinema’. Her images playfully mix filmic conventions with those of other media an...

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    2. This paper seeks to give an impression of what can happen if teachers encourage their students to take personally the issues they study, and to think and to write about how their identities and everyday lives are inseparable from the kinds of issues studied in the geography classroom. It discusses three principles – situated knowledge, cybo...

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  16. November 23rd

    1. This series addresses what is certainly one of the most complex and pressing questions facing the humanities at the current moment: “what is posthumanism?” Part of what makes this series especially urgent is that what is now widely being called “posthumanism” does not form a unified field; indeed, the term has not just different but i...

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  17. November 22nd

    1. iPosthuman iCyborg

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    2. The digital world is another version of the material which has the strange effect of rendering the connections more easily traceable than in the earlier predigital world. A piece by Bruno Latour for the Times Higher Literary Supplement 6/04/2007

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    3. An Article by Lev Manovich  The emergence of social media creates a radically new opportunity to study cultural processes and dynamics. For the first time, we can follow imagination of hundreds of millions of people –the images and videos they create and comment on, the conversations they are engaged in, the opinions, ideas, and feelings ...

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    4. Although his studies of scientific practice were at one time associated with social constructionist approaches to the philosophy of science, Latour has diverged significantly from such approaches. Latour is best known for withdrawing from the subjective/objective division and re-developing the approach to work in practice. Along with Michel C...

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    5. Main Research areas: - software studies; - the aesthetics of information society; - the impact of computerization on architecture, design, visual culture, media; - analysis of new software-based cultural forms (examples: interface, visualisation, simulation); - the development of new concepts for the analysis of digital culture (examples: ...

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    6. “Our eyes see very little and very badly – so people...

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    7. “I’m an eye. A mechanical eye. I, the machine, show you a...

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    9. Man With a Movie Camera: The Global Remake is a participatory video shot by people around the world who are invited to record images interpreting the original script of Vertov’s Man With A Movie Camera and upload them to this site. Software developed specifically for this project archives, sequences and streams the submissions as a film. An...

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    22. Individuals and social groups have always been cyborgs because we have always existed in tandem with technology. Our focus is as broad as these examples suggest, but we most often focus on new technologies. Today, the reality is that both the digital and the material constantly augment one another to create a social landscape ripe for new ide...

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  18. November 21st

    1. This is more of a private confession, ‘the truth of my body’, perhaps in vein with l’ecriture feminine, but informed by the last two weeks’posthumanist readings. I kept quiet partly because I needed space to let the ideas sink in and brew, nestle into the existing cognitive mesh. Even though some pieces are still missing [...]

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  19. November 20th

    1. Shared Stelarc, Cyborg Artist.

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    2. Donna Haraway's cyborg manifesto is one of the most important text of cyber-cultural studies as well as feminist studies of the past twenty years. Her conclusion that she draws, “I d rather be a cyborg than a goddess” is grounded in the following analysis of the cyborg given here by Carolyn Keen

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    3. The main protagonist of this story is neither a man nor a machine. Instead, it’s a cyborg – a cybernetic organism which combines metal and flesh, carbon and silicon, genetic code and computer code. What’s more, this cyborg does not come to us from the depths of imagination. The cyborg is you. Annotations:...

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    4. “[Stelarc, Haraway] outline a more systemic and networked model of human-nonhuman relations, in which prostheses are seen as intrinsic parts of the human body. In this view, technology is first of all an environment, or a network of forces and relations, rather than just an external prop.” -

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    5. We have become creatures that construct tools, artefacts and machines. For me the body has always been a prosthetic body. Ever since we evolved as hominids and developed bipedal locomotion, two limbs became manipulators.
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    6. We’ve been simultaneously zombies and cyborgs; we’ve never...

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    7. From one perspective, a cyborg world is about the final...

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    8. “Modern machinery is an irreverent upstart god, mocking the Father’s ubiquity and spirituality. … Our best machines are made of sunshine; they are all light and clean because they are nothing but signals, electromagnetic waves, a section of a spectrum, and these machines are eminently portable, mobile … People are nowhere near so fluid, ...

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    9. “It is certainly true that postmodernist strategies, like my cyborg myth, subvert myriad organic wholes (for example, the poem, the primitive culture, the biological organism). In short, the certainty of what counts as nature — a source of insight and promise of innocence — is undermined, probably fatally. The transcendent authorization of...

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    10. The cyborg might have been associated with oppressive myths -...

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    11. A cyborg is a cybernetic organism, a hybrid of machine and...

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    26. Donna Haraway, "A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century," in Simians, Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of Nature (New York; Routledge, 1991), pp.149-181.

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    27. Often in synergy and/or individually Andreas Angelidakis, Miltos Manetas and Angelo Plessas approach digital technology and most specifically the Internet as a natural evolution of the perception of daily life: an extension of their working and living space in which the actual passage from real to virtual, and vice versa, is seamless, ‘mean...

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    28. Annotations: The cyborg does not dream of community on the model of the organic family, this time without the oedipal project. The cyborg would not recognize the Garden of Eden; it is not made of mud and cannot dream of returning to dust

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    29. “The cyborg does not dream of community on the model of the organic family, this time without the oedipal project. The cyborg would not recognize the Garden of Eden; it is not made of mud and cannot dream of returning to dust.” - Donna Haraway, “A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late...

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    30. Donna Haraway's critique of traditional notions of feminism and its emphasis on identity. Her metaphor of a cyborg aims to construct a feminism that moves beyond dualisms and limitations of traditional gender, feminism and politics towards natural and bounderless flows between humans and non-humans. Annotations:

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    31. We are all cyborgs.
      Donna Haraway, “A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century,” in ...

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  20. November 17th

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  21. November 16th

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  22. November 15th

    1. We could collectively try being de Kooning rather than Mondrian....

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    2. One can trying seeing double: seeing the human and the nonhuman...

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  23. November 14th

    1. Shared Donna Haraway - Birth of the Kennel.

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    2. Lecture Series Description: Being companion species is relentlessly about "becoming with" and is one way to refuse human exceptionalism without invoking posthumanism. The concept of companion species plays the cat's cradle games where who is/are to be in the world gets constituted in intra-and inter-action. The partners do not precede the mee...

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    3. “No longer bound in a binary with the goddess but rather emblem and instantiation of dynamic cognitive flows between human, animal and machine, the cognisphere, like the world itself, is not binary but multiple, not a split creature but co-evolving and densely interconnected complex system.” - Hayles, N.K. (2006) Unfini...

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    4. “What we make and what (we think) we are co-evolve together.” - Hayles, N.K. (2006) Unfinished Work: From Cyborg to Cognisphere. Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 23(7-8): 159-166.

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    5. Understanding that humans and animals have co-evolved together...

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    33. Posted Comments on: Lifestream 7.

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    34. I spent the whole week 7 in the field, tracking down the connections between people, sites and doings within the chosen community (#eltchat). The idea of connectivity established by the three components appealed to me a lot. While jumping from one place to another, trying to polish the final shape of my ethnography, I kept [...]

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  24. November 13th

    1. SCA MEETING 2010 - Donna Haraway

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    2. Party Writing for Donna Haraway http://t.co/sM0d4kne #ededc [anzbau]

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    3. Thinking with Donna Haraway -- the adventures begin! All of Donna Haraway's work takes us on travels to the unfamiliar. We students, colleagues and enthusiasts have each and all found our various ways to travel to the unfamiliar with Donna Haraway. In this web-book we share our journeys to and with her, modeling how to do this and offering ex...

      Shared Party Writing for Donna Haraway!: Thinking with Donna Haraway -- the adventures begin!.

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    4. Liked 2 videos.

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  25. November 12th

    1. (Pr) Stefanie Posavec

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    2. E-Book: Putting Knowledge to Work and Letting Information Play: The Center for Digital Discourse and Cultrue http://t.co/DfiqyvfR #ededc [anzbau]

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    3. A freely distributable, copyable, and downloadable digital e-dition in honor of the 10th anniversary of the Center for Digital Discourse and Culture

      Shared Putting Knowledge to Work and Letting Information Play: The Center for Digital Discourse and Culture.

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    4. Welcome to the home of the Internet Research Ethics Digital Library, Resource Center and Commons!  This unique resource provides information related to ethical issues arising from the conduct of research in online environments.  The IRE website will also provide expert advice to help researchers negotiate the landscape of IRBs and ethics bo...

      Shared Internet Research Ethics Digital Library, Resource Center and Commons.

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    5. Is it ethical for researchers to follow and systematically capture public Twitter streams without first obtaining specific, informed consent by the subjects.

      Shared Is it Ethical to Harvest Public Twitter Accounts without Consent? | Michael Zimmer.org.

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    6. Press watchdog clears Daily Mail and Independent on Sunday after they published civil servant's tweets

      Shared Twitter messages not private, rules PCC | Media | guardian.co.uk.

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    7. Orton-Johnson, K., Ethics in Online Research; Evaluating the ESRC Framework for Research Ethics Categorisation of Risk, University of Edinburgh, Sociological Research Online, 15 (4) 13, 10.5153/sro.2261

      Published e-research ethics links.

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    8. CV for webometrics, link analysis, social network sites, sentiment analysis, blog analysis 

      Shared Mike Thelwall's website.

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    9. A collaboration between the Directorate for Digital Social Research at Oxford University and the Virtual Knowledge Studio for the Humanities and Social Sciences in Amsterdam More discussion and more visibility for ongoing discussions of ethics are urgently needed. This has become clear to us through our involvement in various activities arou...

      Shared e-Research Ethics.

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    10. Posted Comments on: Virtual Ethnography.

      10:57am via Posted a comment

    11. Posted Comments on: Micro-ethnography: TheGlobalWe.

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    12. @gfe8 @abuneil no problems accessing the site - a bit slow but it's my connection I guess #ededc [anzbau]

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    13. Human relationships are too complex to be captured in a predefined set of fields or relations, and second, that because these services need to observe your every behaviour for marketing purposes they create an environment that is profoundly unsocial.

      Shared The Social Graph is Neither (Pinboard Blog).

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    14. A massively open online course (MOOC) is a model for delivering learning content online to virtually any person—and as many of them—who wants to take the course. Course activities can be scheduled or asynchronous, and a fluid structure is valuable because students can choose their level of participation and many will do so in an à la car...

      Shared 7 Things You Should Know About MOOCs | EDUCAUSE.

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    15. Liked 6 videos.

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    16. Global Education Conference - Join now http://t.co/KcFimz2U #mscel [anzbau]

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    17. Posted Comments on: Ethnography.

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  26. November 11th

    1. Posted Comments on: Week 7 - Singers adopt YouTube.

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    2. Posted Comments on: Mini ethnography - the virtual choir.

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    3. Liked 2 videos.

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  27. November 10th

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    13. "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up." - Pablo Picasso

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  28. November 9th

    1. Apple acquired mind-blowing 3D mapping company C3 Technologies, looking to take iOS Maps to the next level http://t.co/GOCp76Xd via @9to5mac [anzbau]

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    2. Liked 4 videos.

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    3. Within your field, is there a particular “subjectivity,” perspective, or way of seeing and interacting with th… (cont) http://t.co/WhIy4nqP [anzbau]

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    4. As an alternative, I like to think that we are not teaching...

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    5. Shared New Media Technologies and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

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    6. Dubbed "the explainer" by Wired magazine, Michael Wesch is a cultural anthropologist exploring the impact of new media on society and culture.After two years studying the impact of writing on a remote indigenous culture in the rain forest of Papua New Guinea, he has turned his attention to the effects of social media and digital technology on...

      Shared Digital Ethnography.

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    7. Mediated Cultures: Digital Ethnography at Kansas State University

      Shared Mediated Cultures: Digital Ethnography at Kansas State University (8155).

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    8. The New Einsteins Will Be Scientists Who Share http://t.co/qicDT3i7 via @WSJ #mscel [anzbau]

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    9. The New Einsteins Will Be Scientists Who Share
Polymath and...

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    10. Both boys and girls who play video games tend to be more creative, regardless of whether the games are violent or nonviolent, according to new research by Michigan State University scholars.

      Shared Video game playing tied to creativity | MSU News | Michigan State University.

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    11. Video game playing tied to creativity | MSU News | Michigan State University http://t.co/Zu2qp2iV #mscel [anzbau]

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    12. The sods must be crazy: OLPC to drop tablets from helicopters to isolated villages http://t.co/WCudma9u via @arstechnica #mscel [anzbau]

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    13. Via @MindShiftKQED: Why Aren'tt Students Using E-Books? | http://t.co/SXeIYPpG #mscel [anzbau]

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  29. November 8th

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  30. November 7th

    1. Are you a connected educator? http://t.co/d4TFn1jB #mscel #eltchat [anzbau]

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    2. Circle of Trust
The Circle of Trust is an interface...

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    3. #eltchat

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  31. November 6th

    1. Posted Comments on:.

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    2. Designing the ethnography was a tough task and I spent a lot of time, perhaps too much, preparing for it and then writing it up. Towards the end I felt it grew out of proportions and somehow took over me, to an extent that I could not figure out how to put it into a [...]

      Published Playing at being an ethnographer.

      8:07pm via Blogged it

    3. Curating information

      Shared Devlearn conference day 2: curation « Challenge to learn.

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    4. Week 6 meant starting work on the ethnography and so the lifestream featured notes from the field and  bookmarks to related resources. However, for me it was still about visuality. The notion of a visual turn got deeply buried into my consciousness and although it’s still something I’m struggling with conceptually I cannot resist its [...]

      Published Lifestream 6.

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    5. Posted 2 items.

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  32. November 5th

    1. Posted 2 items.

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  33. November 4th

    1. Free monthly webinars start 5 Nov - http://t.co/kzl8Hh1y (via @theconsultantse) [anzbau]

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  34. November 3rd

    1. RT @markdrechsler: Twitter etiquette in one simple term: "Just Be Nice" - yep. #mootpl11 [anzbau]

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    2. Networked Academic based on Couros' networked teacher, image here: http://t.co/eK9W8pfy #mootpl11 [anzbau]

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    3. @foxdenuk Yes, of course. Looking forward to reading more about it on your blog:-) [anzbau]

      12:36pm via Tweeted it

    4. Cristina Costa & Tahira Majothi on Bridging the Gap: Dig Identity & Career Management Join us online http://t.co/GsckAtuN #mootpl11 [anzbau]

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    5. http://t.co/LqLaNTQe a game about challenges at places - easy to use, recommended by @foxdenuk #mootpl11 [anzbau]

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    6. @foxdenuk uses http://t.co/LqLaNTQe in her amazing mob learning project - kids learning about local history #mootpl11 [anzbau]

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    7. @foxdenuk Nice to hear and see you again Anne :-) #mootpl11 [anzbau]

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    8. Anne Fox on The History Game: Taking the classroom outdoors with mobile devices #mootpl11 join in online http://t.co/GsckAtuN [anzbau]

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    9. Blogging: In the act of writing we are written 
by Daniel...

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    10. .. personalised learning means ensuring individual differences...

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    11. …. blogging is the most important form of unchoreogrpahed...

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    12. .. given the crises in economics and the environments and the...

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    13. Blogging = in the act of writing we are written (Daniel Chandler) #mootpl11 [anzbau]

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    14. Digital literacies are more than just skills - they enable us to engage fully with our culture #mootpl11 [anzbau]

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  35. November 2nd

    1. Posted 14 items.

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    2. The Importance of Mind-Wandering | Wired Science http://t.co/SRQEDWsT (via @summify from Maria Popova) [anzbau]

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    3. Many thanks to everybody who completed my survey on #eltchat. Really appreciated! Have a great day! #eltchat [anzbau]

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  36. November 1st

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    25. Off Book: Video Games

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  37. October 31st

    1. Posted 7 items.

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    2. Living Books about Life
      The aim of the project is to develop a sustainable series of co-edited, electronic open access books about life — with life understood both ph...

      Published Living Books about Life The aim of the project is to develop a....

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    3. Culture Machine Liquid Books is a series of experimental digital ‘books’ published under the conditions of both open editing and free content. As such, you are free to compose, rewrite, edit, annotate, translate, tag, add to, remix, reformat, reinvent and reuse any of the books in the series, or produce parallel versions of them - and wha...

      Shared liquidbooks.

      8:33am via Bookmarked it

    4. Another living book about life: Symbiosis: Ecologies, Assemblages and Evolution http://t.co/iu2zohbJ #ededc [anzbau]

      8:29am via Tweeted it

    5. Funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), and published by Open Humanities Press (OHP) (http://openhumanitiespress.org), Living Books About Life is a series of curated, open access books about life -- with life understood both philosophically and biologically -- which provide a bridge between the humanities and the sciences. P...

      Shared Living Books About Life.

      8:20am via Bookmarked it

    6. Living Books About Life

      Liked Living Books About Life.

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    7. Utopia and Its Derivatives by @marmacles on @scoopit http://t.co/FkxDGHIP #ededc [anzbau]

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    8. Digital Research for Humanities by @marmacles on @scoopit http://t.co/k5YQCOHr #ededc [anzbau]

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    9. Our authors find and review art and design that sheds light on data. Our core mission is to better understand how great design can be used to better communicate data’s meaning and relevance in different contexts. Each article documents an artwork (or collection of works) with the goal of making it known to a more general audience in the ed...

      Shared About | The Data Art Review.

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    10. Liked 3 videos.

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    11. Doing a little study on #ELTChat as a community. Still need a few answers more. Can you help pls? http://t.co/sJ8mg3J8 #eltchat [anzbau]

      6:59am via Tweeted it

  38. October 30th

    1. Liked 2 videos.

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    2. Stefanie Posavec’s maps capture something above and beyond...

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    3. VisualComplexity.com intends to be a unified resource space for anyone interested in the visualization of complex networks. The project's main goal is to leverage a critical understanding of different visualization methods, across a series of disciplines, as diverse as Biology, Social Networks or the World Wide Web. I truly hope this space ca...

      Shared A visual exploration on mapping complex networks.

      7:23pm via Bookmarked it

    4. George Dyson grew up around the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, built kayaks in Canada and began to think about the internet before personal computers were a household staple. He talked with Martin Eiermann about the definition of life, human progress and the importance of cognitive autarchy. Annotations:

      Shared George Dyson | Evolution and Innovation - Information Is Cheap, Meaning Is Expensive | The European Magazine.

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    5. George Dyson | Evolution and Innovation - Information Is Cheap, Meaning Is Expensive | The European Magazine http://t.co/znYM5jpk [anzbau]

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    6. We now live in a world where information is potentially unlimited. Information is cheap, but meaning is expensive. Where is the meaning? Only human beings can tell you where it is. We’re extracting meaning from our minds and our own lives.”

      Shared Visual Storytelling: New Language for the Information Age | Brain Pickings.

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    7. RT @brainpicker: A brief visual history of robots plotted in a matrix of creepiness vs. intelligence http://t.co/SiN9dhWz [anzbau]

      6:23pm via Tweeted it

    8. Posted 6 items.

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    9. Over longer time people weave webs of affiliation. When...

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    10. The way that technology and culture interact is a complex dance,...

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    11. Doing a little study on #ELTChat as a community. Can you help & answer a few questions? Many thanks! http://t.co/sJ8mg3J8 #eltchat [anzbau]

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  39. October 29th

    1. Welcome to Slot Shelters, a student collaborative building and design project leveraging online cloud tools to create a dynamic global dialog around pattern, community identity and structure/shelter needs. Slot Shelters highlights the integration of freeware tools (Voicethread, Repper, Google Sketchup and WordPress) with visual arts, math an...

      Shared Slot Shelters | Youth Explorations into Shelter and Pattern Design.

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    2. RT @tomaszwalasek: Huge conference on Library 2.0: http://t.co/iXVyhX0d [anzbau]

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    3. 5/11-TD Online - Moderated panel discussion abt webinars & other ways of developing as a teacher using the Web http://t.co/uYcoIF3T [anzbau]

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  40. October 28th

    1. while staying over ...

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    2. International Journal of Internet Research Ethics Issue 3.1, December 2010

      Shared International Journal of Internet Research Ethics: Issue 3.1 December 2010.

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  41. October 27th

    1. Posted 4 items.

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    2. @abuneil Thnx for the link to Audio Obscura-hauntingly beautiful, might nick the idea for my virtual ethnography :-) [anzbau]

      6:53pm via Tweeted it

    3. Audio Obscura - trailer

      Liked Audio Obscura - trailer.

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    4. Materialities of Text: Between the Codex and the Net http://t.co/YgsgXm1G #ededc [anzbau]

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    5. ‘Archiving Cultures’ is a research and events project that is part of the Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture at the University of Westminster. In the year 2009-2010, the project presented two collaborative conferences: ‘Old Media / New Work: Obsolete Technology and Contemporary Art’, with The Magic Lantern Society (01.05.10...

      Shared Archiving Cultures – IMCC Archiving Cultures.

      6:41pm via Bookmarked it

    6. Mobile Education Landscape Report from GSMA http://t.co/bo6jzL5d #mscel #mlearning [anzbau]

      6:38pm via Tweeted it

    7. The GSMA has published the Mobile Proposition for Education report which describes key scenarios where mobile technologies can benefit education and how the mobile ecosystem can help.

      Shared GSMA Embedded Mobile - Mobile Education.

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    8. More on OpenClass http://t.co/8ODCzjtq #mscel [anzbau]

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    9. Shared The Conversation: In-depth analysis, research, news and ideas from leading academics and researchers..

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    10. Change in attitude is needed: giving up on control and focusing on networks - who you know is as important as what you know.The online gives us an opportunity to engage with writers through comments and linking to the original source.Having a blog becomes a starting point for deeper discussions and opens the author up to criticism and informa...

      Shared Harold Jarche » Connect, exchange, contribute.

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    11. Connect, exchange, contribute http://t.co/FbPOtvAx - highlights frm Skills for Learning & Development Professionals - useful tips! [anzbau]

      5:00pm via Tweeted it

    12. Various Twitter tools to archive and back up your tweets

      Shared 10 Ways to Archive Your Tweets.

      8:28am via Bookmarked it

    13. Liked 2 videos.

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  42. October 26th

    1. “Web 2.0 technology, such as blogging, allows for locally developed, cost effective, and holistic alternative portfolio assessment systems. By enhancing critical reflection and fostering social interaction, blogging portfolios are seen as an integral learning tool for all students enrolled in a university program.” Source / Read more: ‘...

      Shared At Last – Recognition for Blog-based Portfolios « Educational Technology and Change Journal.

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    2. Posted 12 items.

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    3. ELT Chat Analytics ELT Chat Analytics

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    4. Shared ELT Chat on E-portfolios Transcript.

      1:30pm via Bookmarked it

    5. The Archivist is a service that uses the Twitter Search API to find and archive tweets.

      Shared The Archivist By Mix Online.

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    6. Student-Centered Interactive E-Portfolios with Google Apps @vodpod http://t.co/btVr3ueE #eltchat [anzbau]

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    7. @Marisa_C @BobToms100 there are various kinds: showcase, developmental, assessment, combination e-portfolios http://t.co/tG3BRN6U #eltchat [anzbau]

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  43. October 25th

    1. Words on a screen are quite capable of … creating a...

      Shared Words on a screen are quite capable of … creating a....

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    2. Posted 7 items.

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    3. Posted Ania Rolinska added VE_ELT Chat.

      11:51am via Notes from the Field

    4. Posted Ania Rolinska added VE_Notes of readings.

      11:48am via Notes from the Field

    5. Posted Ania Rolinska added VE_Ethical Considerations.

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    6. A library of articles on netnography

      Shared CiteULike: Group: netnography - library 12 articles.

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    7. In terms of the way the whole system is propagating and...

      Shared In terms of the way the whole system is propagating and....

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  44. October 24th

    1. Check out this SlideShare presentation : Connectivist Learning: How new technologies ... http://t.co/p06i0eo6 [anzbau]

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    2. The Ethics Working Group, as composed of ethicists and researchers from 11 different countries, has produced a major report to assist researchers in making ethical decisions in their research. The ethics committee document on Internet research ethics was unanimously approved by voting members on November 27, 2002.

      Shared Association of Internet Researchers » Ethics Guide.

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    3. I look at my lifestream and see a sea of blue buttons signifying the resources I diigoed on the web. Among them float orange dots and occasionally a more pictorial and so more picturesque youtube video. They are like sequins or gems among the dominant bookmarking activity. There were more of them last week – [...]

      Published Lifestream 5.

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    4. Posted Anna Katarzyna ROLINSKA posted on the forum topic Would ELT Chat be ok to study? in the group E-learning and Digital Cultures 2011.

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    5. Posted Anna Katarzyna ROLINSKA posted on the forum topic Would ELT Chat be ok to study? in the group E-learning and Digital Cultures 2011.

      12:27pm via On the Hub

    6. Posted Anna Katarzyna ROLINSKA started the forum topic Would ELT Chat be ok to study? in the group E-learning and Digital Cultures 2011.

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    7. Posted Anna Katarzyna ROLINSKA started the forum topic Would ELT Chat be ok to study? in the group E-learning and Digital Cultures 2011.

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  45. October 23rd

    1. We’re obsessed with maps — a fundamental sensemaking mechanism for the world, arguably the earliest form of standardized information design, and a relentless source of visual creativity. Today, we turn to seven fantastic books that explore the art and science of cartography from seven fascinating angles.

      Shared Creative Cartography: 7 Must-Read Books about Maps | Brain Pickings.

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    2. Culture Machine is an international open-access journal of culture and theory, founded in 1999. Its aim is to be to cultural studies and cultural theory what 'fundamental research' is to the natural sciences: open-ended, non-goal orientated, exploratory and experimental. All contributions to the journal are peer-reviewed.

      Shared Culture Machine.

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    3. This is a ‘liquid reader’, which presents a series of texts that interrogate the notion of ‘technology’ as a specific cultural form. Originally devised as a reader for a course on the MA Digital Media at Goldsmiths, University of London, titled 'Technology and Cultural Form: Debates, Models, Dialogues', by the course tutor Dr Joanna Z...

      Shared liquidbooks / Technology and Cultural Form: A Liquid Reader.

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    4. Shared Universities, Futures: A Roundtable.

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    5. "How can the human speak in the shadow of the post-humanist critique?" Such was the question whose own substantial shadow put in relief the challenging talk delivered by Media@McGill's Beaverbrook Visiting Scholar Dr. Joanna Zylinska.

      Shared Bioethics Otherwise | Rafico Ruiz | Media@McGill.

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    6. A collection of essays on the work of performance artists Stelarc and Orlan.

      Shared The cyborg experiments: the ... - Joanna Zylinska - Google Books.

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  46. October 22nd

    1. Prismatic identity - We're like diamonds. 4chan's Chris Poole:FB & Google Are Doing It Wrong by @JonMwords http://t.co/xFiEchHE via @RWW [anzbau]

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