CNIE was a hoot and a howl
By Brian Lamb on May 23, 2014
creative commons licensed ( BY-SA ) flickr photo shared by Sylvia Currie I’ve been scrambling this week to gather my forces coming out of a rather busy month, and in advance of a trip to NYC next week. So this will not even attempt to recap the experience of hosting CNIE here at TRU last […]
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Everyday open learning so unremarkable that it amazes me
By Brian Lamb on December 6, 2013
Happened to look in on a blog for a course on Philosophy and Pop Culture at TRU. Saw a post that I thought was remarkable for a couple reasons. A student had just posted some fresh reflections, though the course was over. He wrote: “I know that I no longer need to create new posts, […]
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The usual schtick in more haphazard fashion
By Brian Lamb on September 19, 2013
I only have five minutes or so, will focus on a few bits related to research and knowledge mobilization. Yes, blogging. But the process can offer real benefits. The “Art + Reconciliation” site – many modes of participation WordPress flavours — Annotum for open online journals (example), PressBooks (example) is platform for BC provincial open […]
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Boy howdy! SoundCamp rolls tomorrow.
By Brian Lamb on August 14, 2013
I am beyond excited at the prospect of SoundCamp tomorrow. We have a wonderful collection of local and visiting sonic enthusiasts gathering, and it promises to be a very fun day of audio experimentation and skill building. I wrote a bit more background over on my other blog.