tl;dr: I gave a talk about digital pedagogy. Today I want to share a talk. That’s not all that unusual, as I’ve been in the habit of posting such presentations since I began blogging here in 2009. What’s unusual about this one—at least for me—is that it’s a talk that evolved as I gave it … Continue reading Assignments and Architecture: Pedagogy in the Digital Age
On 10 July 2014, I had the great chance to present a paper at the Digital Humanities Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland, “Play as Process and Product: On Making Serendip-o-matic.” The paper was a collaboration between four of the 12 team members from One Week | One Tool: Amy Papaelias, Mia Ridge, Scott Kleinman, and myself. … Continue reading “If Hippos be the Dude of Love…”: Serendip-o-matic at Digital Humanities 2014
As you might have gathered from the Twitter storm that barreled out of Fairfax, Virginia, this afternoon, we released and launched the fabulous, amazing Serendip-o-matic. One of the great things about living in the 21st century is that we have a ton of materials open and available to us in digital formats that have been collected … Continue reading Day 5 of OWOT: We Did It! (Can We Do It Again? Please??)
I'm ecstatic to announce that the One Week | One Tool team has just launched Serendip-o-matic. Go and play. More soon. And remember, it's not search; it's serendipity!
All right. You know the drill. Let me just say that today's been a long day. We're so close that I think we're all super excited, but we know there's still quite a bit of work to get done. Which explains why it's not just me who's awake at this point. As I start blogging, … Continue reading Day 4 of OWOT: Stay Gold, Ponyboy