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I’ve been watching this group Canada Learning Code for awhile and trying to summon the nerve to go to one of their workshops.  I worried that I would be completely out of my element and that I’d feel really awkward in a group of people more advanced than I was in the content.  I first […]

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“Our approach to freedom need not be identical, but it must be intersectional and inclusive.” – Janet Mock, writer, TV host, transgender rights activist Today I feel compelled to put into words my choice to broadcast the inauguration of the 45th U.S. President in my school library yesterday. Living on the other side of the U.S. […]

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In reading Participatory Culture in a Networked Era, I’m reflecting on how not much has really changed since the invention of forums in the 70s … not that I was lurking there, but really it goes like this: post discussion thread, reply to discussion thread, repeat. …Right? Henry Jenkins says:”… It is abundantly clear that […]

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I attended TEDxKitchener last weekend and the first speaker of the day, Dina Pestonji, reminded me that learning has multiple entry points.  Likewise, our online book club #BIT16Reads has multiple entry points.  Here are some of the planned places where you can jump in: June 1, 2016: Begin discussing Participatory Culture in a Networked Era […]

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This week I’m presenting on this topic at the Ontario Library Association’s Superconference 2016 #OLASC16.  Here is a link to my presentation: http://prezi.com/ossxf_ab8lxv/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share During the presentation I’ll be asking participants to participate! (surprise surprise)  One of those ways is using crowdsourcing.  I’m asking you to contribute your own ideas for cultivating a participatory culture using this […]

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