Let’s Make Open Educational Resources Sexy
Collaboration / Commons / Education / Open Educational Resources / Social Media

Let’s Make Open Educational Resources Sexy

No Surprise The world is getting younger, in terms of young people that make up our 6.9 billion-person population.  I’ve seen figures estimating that nearly 1/3 of the world’s population is under the age of 15.  The number of youth who will be entering college or skills-training courses, and inherently producing the very content that … Continue reading

How to: Get a Creative Commons License for your Blog or Website
Blogging / Business / Collaboration / Commons / Education / Open Educational Resources

How to: Get a Creative Commons License for your Blog or Website

Scrolling through my social media feeds, I stumbled across a Google+ post shared with me asking how I was able to attach a Creative Commons license to my blog.  I am stoked (yes, I said stoked) to see more people looking into alternative forms of copyright that allow increased sharing, remixing, and collaborating far beyond … Continue reading

Easy Instructional Design Thinking: The Five Steps of ADDIE at a Glance
Collaboration / Design / Education / Instructional Design / Research

Easy Instructional Design Thinking: The Five Steps of ADDIE at a Glance

The last six weeks I’ve spent in the Silicon Valley have included a great deal of market research, examining which education companies are really innovating and growing.  I’m a bit hesitant to say it, but I’ve spent more time lately reading-up-on and evaluating tools than development processes.   Some amazingly-slick tool, app or platform is … Continue reading

Collaboration / Conference / Education / Presentations / Social Media

Digital Media and Learning (DML) 2012 Conference – Experience Notes

I’m writing this from my seat on the plane back to Oahu. I’ll admit that I’m pretty tired from the last few days, but greatly inspired as well. DML 2012 San Francisco was the first full conference I’ve attended, although I presented a video game concept with some colleagues at AACE’s E-Learn 2011 in Honolulu … Continue reading