Category Archives: Learning

New Features, New Context, Lowered Digital Fluency

On friday we conducted our first live Google+ hangout to discuss Digital Fluency the book and digital fluency the concept with a very insightful, entertaining group of people. Here is the recording of the discussion: An interesting, and delightfully ironic … Continue reading

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Thoughts on The New Social Learning (the book)

I recently purchased and read The New Social Learning: A Guide to Transforming Organizations Through Social Media, by Tony Bingham and Marcia Conner.  I care about this topic for many reasons.  I care because i am a student and a teacher, who cares … Continue reading

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how to make the most of being a n00b

Here’s what happens when you bring a person with a background in creative writing and education into a business organization: You end up having to stop every couple of minutes to explain some simple term or clarify some obvious idea.

I should know: I’m the n00b who’s slowing everything down. Continue reading

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