The Humane Representation of Thought

New representations of thought — written language, mathematical notation, information graphics, etc — have been responsible for some of the most significant leaps in the progress of… more

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January 7, 2015

Everybody wants strategy. Nobody wants a strategist.

No longer can we envision strategists as merely the people who make the battle plans, but instead as tactical experts who have been in the… more

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July 24, 2014

Reclaiming Innovation

Some case studies of open innovation from University of Mary Washington, Baruch College, University of British Columbia and Thompson Rivers University.

Original – www.educause.edu

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July 13, 2014

A Federated Approach Could Make OER More Numerous, Findable, and Attributable

The repository approach to OER gets findability exactly backwards. Imagine you wanted to make a certain genre of novels more findable; say,… more

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July 13, 2014

Demoting Social Silos to Syndication Endpoints: Known and the Future of Ownership, Publishing, and Educational Technology

There’s something unspeakably gratifying about owning every link in the chain of publication of your own… more

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July 13, 2014

Reclaiming Innovation

… Today, is increasingly conflated with hype, disruption for disruption’s sake, and outsourcing laced with a dose of austerity-driven downsizing. Call it innovation fatigue.

… If any concept… more

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July 13, 2014