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I object!

I object. I object to the sexualization and objectification of women’s bodies that I am continually bombarded with. Everywhere I turn there are images of women, or parts of them, selling everything, slowly remaking the image of what a normal woman is. Last week the Twitter feed for an event …

Etmooc’s Impact

The 3 year #etmooc anniversary celebration is tomorrow night and as I have been helping prepare for it I’ve been thinking about …

Reflections

Looking at the past through my father’s travel stories. I edit his words seeking to tidy, clarify for anyone who follows while …

Connected Educator Month 2015

I spent Connected Educator Month connecting with educators across Alberta but I was so busy I didn’t manage to catch any of the great …

UnCV for the launch of #digiwrimo

I’m the safe harbour for two teens starting to step out at different train stations.   I am a street walker mapping the city …

What Makes a cMooc Community Endure?

I am excited to announce that an article I co-authored was just published by Educational Media International, a Francis & Taylor peer-reviewed …

My #rhizo 15 Learning Subjectives

Hello #rhiz015 I am looking forward to playing in the #rhizo15 sandbox for the next several weeks, even though I haven’t been …