Interdisciplinary Digital Pedagogies

Karen Cangialosi’s article, “But You Can’t Do That in a STEM Course,” is a fascinating piece! I especially appreciate how she analyzes the different ways instructors in the sciences are continuously engaging with active learning strategies from Open Pedagogy. I recognize several teaching strategies and common arguments resisting to such tools—as an instructor of modern…

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Network Node or Dead End?

Wrapping up week 2 of #DigPINS exploring Networks. Among other things, I was to dive into Twitter and become more of a resident to develop a personal learning network. In keeping with the Ron Swanson gifs, my first thought was: Before I go on, I’ll say that tweeting and exploring networks wasn’t bad. My wife…

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My two Twitters

After making the effort to expand the accounts that I follow on Twitter and look for professional communities and opportunities to engage with in developing a PLN, my Twitter feed now feels like I’m standing in the median of the Autobahn. At the suggestion of fellow DigPiners, I recently started using Tweet Deck to try…

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Entering the Labyrinth

As I wade deeper into digital citizenship (or at least dip a toe in the shallow end) I’m learning a lot and mostly liking it.  I revived my Twitter account which was created in 2012 (@sfrudnick if you’re interested) and have been utilizing it to start to develop my PLN.  So far I haven’t found…

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Relationships are Everything

It’s the second week of #DigPINS and we’re looking at networks. Specifically, the idea of our Public Learning Network (PLN). Despite a robust appetite for talking with strangers and for broadcasting minutiae to social media, the idea of “networking” makes me weary. I imagined networking in the context of late 20th century corporate culture: putting…

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