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Learning is everywhere

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I presented at conference for the 40th reunion of the Florida State University Instructional Systems program. Here’s the presentation I gave: Learning is everywhere from Gina Minks In the presentation, I talked about how instructional design theory is very important … Continue reading

Repost: Information stewardship: the only answer to information importers

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I am trying to figure out how to talk about the connections I see between colonialism, industrialization, the lie of democratization in open source, the women in tech issue, and the increasing class divide in our country. I have been … Continue reading

Biggest lesson from my graduate studies: Communities ignite learning

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If you follow me on Twitter or are friends with me on Facebook, you know that I graduated last weekend with a Master of Science degree from the Instructional Systems program at Florida State University. Here’s a video to prove … Continue reading

December Big Question – What did you learn about learning in 2009?

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It’s the last day of December, the last day of 2009, the last day of a decade. But I still want to answer December’s Big Question: What did you learn about learning in 2009? Grad School Personally, I took five … Continue reading

Information Stewardship: the only answer to Information Imposters

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I’m writing this as I’m watching the first FSU game of the season. FSU vs. Miami, you can’t get better college football than that. I’m currently in grad school at FSU – a total distance student since I live in … Continue reading

The half of knowledge, is knowing where to find knowledge

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This quote (“The half of knowledge, is knowing where to find knowledge”) is inscribed over the doors of Dodd Hall at FSU. Apparently no one knows who actually said this, but it seems very applicable to the conversation about the … Continue reading

How did I choose the Instructional Systems program at FSU?

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Allison posed this question on my About page. It was a strange journey. I knew I wanted an advanced degree in Education. I knew I wanted to focus on adult education. I also knew that I wanted a program that … Continue reading