Using mLearning and MOOCs to understand chaos, emergence, and complexity in education: a new paper by MobiMOOC Research Team in IRRODL

1046-8898-2-PB.pdf Download this file I am particularly honored to see our paper published in The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning (IRRODL) co-authored with the MobiMOOC Research Group, one of the greatest spontaneous collections of academics I have never met (aside from Rebecca Hogue and Nilgun Keskin at mLearn2011 in Beijing). We […]

Desktop background as sensemaking tool: adding complexity to filter chaos (and some Mozart!)

03_Quintet_for_Clarinet_and_Strings_in_A_Major_KV_581_Allegro.m4a Listen on Posterous This is just a short post on a seemingly trivial topic, but it seems to me that desktop backgrounds (or even screensavers for that matter), beyond just being personalization features, are sensemaking tools for organizing chaotic thought. An occasional rotation of these desktop backgrounds can be indicative of a mental sequencing […]