Stephen Downes

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The missing perspective(s) on MOOCs?
Learning Analytics: The Emergence of a Discipline
A story about the failure of institutional eportfolios
Some readings on networked learning
TPACK as shared practice: Toward a research agenda
An experiment with the oerpub editor
Extending a little thought experiment
Here come the indicators, wait for the task corruption
Should academics manually create course websites?
The dilemma of open courses in an Australian university
Elevator pitch for Moodle curriculum mapping
Framing a body of research and innovation
More thinking about the alignment project
Qualms about the alignment project
How curriculum mapping in Moodle might work
The grammar of school, psychological dissonance and all professors are rather ludditical
Principles of form and function
Crisis in higher education and limitations that prevent change
Introducing Hunch
The demise of ALTC and why I'm not sad
The dissonance between the constructivist paradigm and the implementation of institutional e-learning
The final plan: Khan Academy, gamification and the flipped classroom
Is the teaching of IT/CS in high school turning people off?
Learning analytics: Starvation and telling us what we already know?
“Here I stand” – Campbell’s concerns on analytics and other stuff
The illusion we understand
Sentiment analysis of student blog posts
First steps in integrating LATs OER into Moodle open book
The need for technopedagogues and will it ever go away?
Open Educational Practice: the boring way and more interesting ways
On the value or otherwise of SAMR, RAT etc.
Exploring more frameworks to understand OER/OEP
Improving reuse of design knowledge in a LMS
Designing a personal “memex” with Foam
Do the little things matter in design for learning?
What are the symbols in digital education/design for learning?

Stephen Downes Stephen Downes, Casselman, Canada

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