I’m a bit behind on my Weeks in review, partly because some of it I can’t really blog about, I was sick, or I was working on stuff I’ve already blogged about.
Open Ed 2015: Our abstract was accepted, to my surprise quite honestly, since as a reviewer for some of the submissions I happened to notice there were a lot of really good submissions. Really good. So I’m pleased, and we’ll do our best to make sure our research and presentation is awesome.
Guadalajara project: In addition to @cogdog, @brlamb, @bkiddjibc, @ken_bauer (as coach), we added @nancywhite to our teaching and development team. I’m elated at how this is shaping up. We may add one more instructor, possibly from the University of Guadalajara.
Microlearning: We’ve been moving towards looking at how series of small, mini micro-learning courses can be delivered and managed within a WordPress environment (with or without Learndash). Our Centre’s @denniskyip mocked something up that looks really promising. Really appreciating his rapidly developing WordPress skills.
Things that wow’d me: via @therealbanksy, how gorgeous is this?
Also, empathy cards for people with serious illness. I’ve been surrounded by a lot of colleagues and friends with cancer this last year, and all of these @emilymcdowell_ empathy cards are so great.
— Steve Silberman (@stevesilberman) May 4, 2015