This Week in ODL: Jan 30-Feb 3, 2017

With this post, we happily usher in a new weekly blog series called “This Week in ODL” which will provide...

A Call for Curious Questioners

This post was originally published on Critical Analysis of Media on January 22, 2017. The author, Heather Stafford, is a Multimedia...

Tools, Teaching, and Annotation

It’s often very easy to conflate digital learning with digital tools, especially when we come upon a tool we really...

Levering Up a Google Search

This post was originally published by Mike Caulfield on his site on December 21, 2016. Mike Caulfield is the Director...

Digital Annotation for Learning and Scholarship

“A class is a process, an independent organism with its own goals and dynamics. It is always something more than...

Across the Distance

One of the greatest affordances of the digital world is the ability to stay connected to one another. The internet...

The locks on our bridges

This excerpt is from my talk with Sean Michael Morris and Amy Slay at Open Education 2016 about Critical Instructional...

Critical Instructional Design and Acts of Resistance

The following was delivered at the 2016 Open Education Conference as part of a presentation  titled “Critical Instructional Design and...

A verse, a tweet and an invitation – Bob’s Reflection on Collaboration and Distance

Greetings from the the Digital Learning Commons at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, California! We are looking...

What does Middlebury’s new IP policy mean for you? (Part 1)

21st Oct
2016

At the September 2016 Board of Trustees meeting, the Board voted unanimously to approve Middlebury’s first Intellectual Property policy. The new...

Moodle to Canvas: Language Assessment Transitions

With Middlebury’s recent institution-wide transition to a new Learning Management System (LMS), many instructors as well as programs have worked diligently...

MiddCreate Conversations: “Attending to the Digital / Reclaiming the Web” | Oct 21

You are not an object that online companies get to play with. You don’t have to submit yourself to data mining...

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