Norm Friesen

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Learning Analytics: Readiness and Rewards
Learning Theory and MOOCs
Old Literacies and the “New” Literacy Studies: Revisiting Reading and Writing
Wikiversity; or Education Meets the Free Culture Movement: An Ethnographic Investigation by Norm Friesen and Janet Hopkins
Learning Object Metadata is... (dead?); Long live Learning Object Metadata!
K-12 and Rights Management take Centre Stage at IMS Forum
CanCore: an E-Learning Metadata Application Profile
Object Repositories in Canadian Post-Secondary Education
CanCore Guidelines Version 1.8: Introduction
Standardization Progress: A Report from IEEE LTSC Meetings
Three Objections to Learning Objects
The Curriculum of the Body in the Age of Electronic Mediation
Semantic and Syntactic Interoperability for Learning Object Metadata
Classification 1.8
Classification 1.8
vPreliminary LOM Survey
E-Learning Standardization in Japan and Singapore: An Informal Report
IMS Quarterly Meetings: Zürich, Switzerland, 2004
CanCore Update
Librarians do E-Learning Metadata! A Report on the NSDL Vocabulary Workshop
Review of Learning Through Experience: Troubling Orthodoxies and Intersecting Questions
International LOM Survey: Report
ISO E-Learning Standardization in Dublin
NSDL & Different kinds of Learning Resources
CanCore Update
CanCore: In your Neighborhood and around the World
CanCore: in Canada and Around the World
CanCore Guidelines v 2.0: Electronic Bi-Lingual Version now Available
Critical Theory: Ideology Critique and the Myths of E-Learning
The Politics of E-Learning Standardization
Proposal: Chat and Discussion Interchange Datamodel
Metadata for Learning Resources (MLR): As a simplified Kernel and a Complex Schema
An Interview with Robert Thieverge
Learning Object Metadata Editors
CanCore Pilot Project: Enhancing LAC Metadata for Canadian Learning Resources
Standardizing for Access - Interview with Jutta Treviranus
DIY U Edupunks, Edupreneurs, and the Coming Transformation…
Connecting Collections: An overview of approaches
Experiencing Surveillance: A Phenomenological Approach
Communication Genres and the Mediatic Turn
E-Learning Myth #2: Technology Drives Educational Change
Learning Theories: The Philosophical Family Tree
E-Learning Myth #3: The Myth of the Knowledge Economy
Ehabitus
The Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime Myth
Myth # 5: The Mind = Computer Myth
Re-Thinking E-Learning Research
McLuhan On The Future of Education: The Class of 1989
Re-Thinking E-Learning Research: Foundations, Methods and Practices
Outline of a Microlearning Agenda
Creative Commons in your Organization or Publication?
Metadata for a collection of Networked Learning Resources
Education and the Social Web. Connective Learning and the Commercial Imperative
Education and the social Web: Connective learning and the commercial imperative
The Lecture as a Trans-Medial Pedagogical Form
The Lecture as a Trans-Medial Pedagogical Form
We are not our Brains: Alva Noe & Brain-based Education
Videos from the Digital Future of Higher Ed (Feb, 2011)
Confessional technologies of the self: From Seneca to social media

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