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Ryan Wing

A Symposium on Openness, Digital Learning, and Networked Scholarship - 0 views

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    This symposium is intended to raise awareness about open educational resources, open pedagogy, and emerging approaches to digital learning. It provides a showcase for the work being done at Royal Roads University (RRU) and convenes open education practitioners and researchers. - See more at: http://www.veletsianos.com/2015/11/10/openness-and-digital-learning-symposium/#sthash.M7XAmxFG.dpuf
Ryan Wing

My Latest Book: Claim Your Domain - 0 views

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    The History of the Future of Education Technology
    Claiming your domain. Students - all of us really - should work to build and adopt technologies that we control for ourselves.
Ryan Wing

Education 2030: Framework for Action - 0 views

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    Framework for Action towards inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning for all.
Ryan Wing

The Tech Elite\'s Quest to Reinvent School in Its Own Image - 1 views

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    "The old classroom model simply doesn't fit our changing needs," Khan wrote. "It's a fundamentally passive way of learning, while the world requires more and more active processing of information."
Ryan Wing

Free Images - Pixabay - 0 views

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    Over 490,000 high quality photos, illustrations, and vector graphics. Free for commercial use. No attribution required.
Ryan Wing

Re-envisioning Pedagogy: Educators as Curators - 0 views

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    FindSelectEditorializeArrangeCreateShareEngageTrack Educator-Curator
Ryan Wing

Building Thought Leadership in an age of Curation - 1 views

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    Content Curation - a skill for the digital age.
Ryan Wing

Solvonauts : The Open Search Engine - 1 views

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    Picture search | Video search | Audio search | Flickr Search | Flickr Attribute | Frequently visited resources | Recent searches | Popular searches | Community and about us
Ryan Wing

OpenStax CNX - 0 views

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    View and share free educational material in small modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports or other academic assignments.
Ryan Wing

Curated Collections | OER Commons - 0 views

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    We are busy around the clock adding new educational resources to OER Commons. We work with the finest producers of instructional content in the world and gather their best work together especially for you. Then we ensure the resources are carefully described and fully indexed because we want you to be able to find exactly what you need, when you need it.
Ryan Wing

Technology Imperialism, the Californian Ideology, and the Future of Higher Education - 1 views

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    This keynote was delivered today at ICDE 2015 in Sun City, South Africa. The slides can also be found on Speakerdeck. The obnoxious American: I am the one who flies all the way to South Africa, to an international education conference, to talk about the future of ed-tech as imagined, as invested in, as narrated by America.
Ryan Wing

Meet Moments, Twitter's Most Important New Feature Ever - 0 views

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    A few months ago, a team at Twitter began to test a new feature. Codenamed Project Lightning, this project was an attempt at making Twitter easier to understand, especially if you're not a power user, or new to the platform entirely. "When you jump into Twitter," says Madhu Muthukumar, a product manager at Twitter, "things are already mid-stream.
Ryan Wing

CC Global Summit 2015 - 1 views

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    CC's Global Summit brings together our global community of technologists, legal experts, academics, and activists who support free culture and open knowledge shared worldwide. Taking place every two years around the world, the summit provides CC and the broader open web community an opportunity to gather, share ideas, and advance our efforts. Can't make it? Watch live streaming.
Ryan Wing

Grant giving: Global funders to focus on interdisciplinarity - 0 views

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    Wes Fernandes/Nature Three arguments are often made in favour of interdisciplinary research. First, complex modern problems such as climate change and resource security are not amenable to single-discipline investigation; they often require many types of expertise across the biological, physical and social disciplines.
Ryan Wing

Architecture's Fine Line Between Stealing and Inspiration - 0 views

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    In 2004, a recent graduate of Yale's Master of Architecture sued David Childs, a high-profile architect and partner at Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill. The dispute was over Childs' design for One World Trade Center, then-dubbed the Freedom Tower. Thomas Shine, the former student, claimed that Childs had ripped off Shine's Olympic Tower design, which he'd submitted as a studio project.
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