A slant on academic publishing in the Twitter era…

Image by Gideon Burton via Flickr A very peculiar practice 11 June 2009 Such is the pressure to write that academics have no time to read the flood of published work. John Corner ponders a slightly absurd position Academic publishing has always had its own economy and culture, but sector expansion and the intensified push […]

Twitter and that Harvard Study

Image by luc legay via Flickr This post is taken directly from an email interaction with some Instructional Design colleagues: It began when I sent this Twitter post and these questions to my colleagues – What does it also say about how we engage in online contexts?  What does it mean for online course design?  […]

NMC Symposium session update

Back in December Alex Hayes and I presented a session at the NMC Symposium on the Evolution of Communication. I’ve just been advised by Alan Levine from the NMC that all the videos and transcripts from our session and others are available at: http://www.nmc.org/2007-fall-virtual-symposium/resources Our bits and pieces are here: Evolution | Revolution: Architectures for […]