Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Role of Educators in the Coming Years

For the most part this blog seems to consist of things that I am curious about and here I go again.  I wonder how close we will be coming to the dreaded Skynet/Matrix scenario where the machines will be able … Continue reading

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Video Games History as a Subject?

I am curious how older communities still function and whether these communities will be studied the way we study other cultural events.  If we look at Eve Online as an example we can see a video game which is coming … Continue reading

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My Introduction Video

Well I managed to put together an introduction video yesterday and forgot to put it on here.  I started dabbling around with the Adobe CS5 package to put it together.  While it is only around a minute and a half … Continue reading

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Reflections on EC&I 831

I left class last night unsure of what I expected of the class.  For myself I have worked previously with in a small blogging community and am not as interested as I was previously.  I find myself more and more … Continue reading

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The Machine is Changing Us

For those of you with out context I will be talking about the video found here Wesch is trying to bring forward the new idea of community and how the online interactions we have are changing the way we look … Continue reading

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The First Class

Last night was my first EC&I 831 class and it was nice to see the Elluminate window again. I participated in this class in a Non-Credit capacity a few years ago and am excited to see the class from the … Continue reading

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