Jim Groom

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Recent Posts

Reclaim Open Learning
Syndication-Oriented Architecture: a Solution to Problem of Coherence
DEDTECH: GMU’s Nada Dabbagh on Integrating PLEs into a Graduate Seminar
Decentering Syndication or, a Push Away from RSS
Domain of One’s Own: Notes from the Trailing Edge
Will Shuttleworth Reclaim Your Domain?
Domain of One’s Own presentation at TEDxUSagradoCorazon
De-Icing the MOOC Research Conference
Reclaiming Education
The Coming Sandstorm.io
A Personal API
Stabilizing AWS Costs on UMW Blogs
EDUPUNK: It was pure in my heart!
Sorry, We're Open
BitTorrent: An Educational Autopsy of the Hydra
BlackBoard Is Such an Open Stud
Terminated with Extreme Prejudice
Fear of a YouTube Planet
Who's Your EDUPUNK Daddy Now?
WordCampEd: Permanent Revolution
On the Death of Ideology
WordPress.Com As OpenCourseWare
How Open-Source Is Sakai?
DS106: The Open Online Community of Digital Storytellers
A Lemonade Stand for Education
Underwhelmed by iTunes U
Textbook Torrents Closes
Read, Think, Remix
YouTube Depends On Us
Just Say No! A Few More Reasons for Universities to Foster Independent Mediated Voices
YouTube Is Mixing It Up
Senor DJ Lamb: Vancouver Virtuoso of Vermin
The Revolution Will Be Syndicated
I Have Learned My YouTube Lesson
This Ain't Yo Mama's E-Portfolio, Part 1
Finally, Course Aggregation Made Easy
How Not to Monetize WPMu
The EDUPUNK Battle Royale, Part 1
FAQ for Universities Interested in WPMu
A WordPress Plugin App Store: Commodify and die!
Spamming all Edublogs
Rorschach's EdTech Journal 2-10-10
EDUPUNK or, on becoming a useful idiot
It's every bastard for himself, the last century hasn't ended yet
ds106 as an open and online experiment
Dear Edupunk
The ds106 99: #3 Innovation in elearning interview
Unschool House Rock
ds106 at Faculty Academy
Episode 54: Change MOOC Discussion
“EdTech transmissions: We Control the Vertical and the Horizontal” at Maricopa College
DTLT Today: “Hey MOOCie!”
DTLT Today's 100th Episode
Guilia Forsythe talks Sketchnoting
Open Architecture: Our Course Could be Your Life
Babyboomers Eat Babies, or a Weak Critique of Domain of One’s Own
500 Open Courses on UMW Blogs
Hosting Futures
Securing the bava
Small is Beautiful: A Study of Ed-Tech as if People Mattered
Virtually Connecting the OER Conspiracy Dots
Does EdTech have an ethos? And why should I care?
Domains of Online Scholarly Presence
The Overselling of Open
Sitelock Scam
On Next Generation Digital Learning Environments
I Don’t Need Permission to be Open
The LMS is dead, not unlike God: thoughts on the NGDLE
Give it Up for Let’s Encrypt
Directories for Domains: a Community Approach
Digital Debt, Personal Online Sustainability, and an Archive of One’s Own
Containing the Future of OER

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