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Canadian Journal of EducationDigital Digs
Facebook, professors, and students Hanging on in quiet desperation is the English wayWhen rhetoric gets realInvestigating the Yik Yak attackLiterary studies, modesty, and a second empiricismAgainst close readingFaculty at WorkAlgorithm objects: people are the things they doPedagogic KoansHacking Education ConferenceChronicle Article on the Internet and Student WritingEducation, Reform, and AssessmentShould the Web Be Nationalized?Faciality and the InterfaceFirst Monday'S Critical Perspectives On Web 2.0Chomsky, Universal Grammar, and the CognisphereA Rescue Plan for the Chronicle of Higher EducationAll education is DIYChance favors the connected mind: Steven Johnson on inventionPutting an object-orientation to work in the new humanitiesThought bubbles: object-oriented emergenceRethinking learning assessment and the #dmlbadges competitionthe ethics of robot objectsConstructing academic knowledgeCritical thinking is bogusTwitter, academics, and the publicLaptops, Classrooms, and Matters of Electrate ConcernPopulating threshold concepts in writing studies
Stephen Downes, Casselman, Canada
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