Questions of Authority: Academic Publishing, Anti-Art, and Ownership

by Elizabeth Bishop and Britney Harsh

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Building a Place for Community: City Tech’s OpenLab

by Charlie Edwards, Jody Rosen, Maura A. Smale, and Jenna Spevack

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The InQ13 POOC: A Participatory Experiment in Open, Collaborative Teaching and Learning

by Jessie Daniels and Matthew K. Gold, with members of the InQ13 Collective

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Toward Digital, Critical, Participatory Action Research: Lessons from the #BarrioEdProj

by Edwin Mayorga

Toward Digital, Critical, Participatory Action Research: Lessons from the #BarrioEdProj Toward Digital, Critical, Participatory Action Research: Lessons from the #BarrioEdProj

Empowering Local Women through Technology Training: A Sustainable Income-Generating Model in Hyderabad, India

by Ioana Literat

Empowering Local Women through Technology Training:  A Sustainable Income-Generating Model in Hyderabad, India Empowering Local Women through Technology Training:  A Sustainable Income-Generating Model in Hyderabad, India

Notes from Queer(ing) New York: Refusing Binaries in Online Pedagogy

by Jen Jack Gieseking

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Introduction: Media and Methods for Opening Education

by Suzanne Tamang and Gregory T. Donovan

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Tool Tips

  • Teaching Using Google Glass and Apps

    June 2, 2014

    Ralph P. Hall, Virginia Tech

    Creating a platform to enable the fluid and continuous exchange of ideas and information.

  • Strategic Google Forms Biographies for Large-Group Classes

    September 9, 2013

    Scott Winter, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

    How starting large-group classes with comprehensive Google Forms surveys can transform the classroom dynamic, personalize assignments for students and increase active participation and engagement.

  • Xtranormal for Educators

    October 2, 2012

    Michael J. Cripps, University of New England

    Animated characters reflect on the potential uses of Xtranormal’s text to speech software in the freshman composition classroom. Also, a sample assignment is provided.

Reviews

  • A New Twist on Page and Stage in Shakespeare Studies

    February 10, 2014

    Christy Desmet, University of Georgia

    Wordplay Shakespeare Macbeth for iPad includes videos featuring live actors, which makes “half the page” of this iBook into a “stage.”

  • Learning Technology as Infrastructure for Innovation

    April 7, 2013

    Trevor Owens, Digital Archivist at The Library of Congress and Digital History Instructor at American University
    Marjee Chmiel, Educational Technology Specialist at The Smithsonian Science Education Center

    In this review, concepts introduced in Steven Johnson’s book Where Good Ideas Come From are used to determine how educational systems and learning technologies can best foster innovation.

  • Knowledge Under Pressure

    September 5, 2012

    Amanda French, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University

    David Weinberger’s new book Too Big to Know convincingly argues that the era of expertise has ended.

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