Monthly Archives: November 2016
Is there a false dichotomy between “social presence” and self-paced learning?
The past week has been quite a productive one for me, in terms of developing my understanding of online and blended writing instruction. Virtually attending the 2016 OLC Accelerate Conference (Thanks, GMU!) right after our last brainstorming session raised some … Continue reading
The Fantastical Designs of the Robinson Five
When the five of us met this Monday, we shared some of our wildest ideas for the design of a writing course—from asking students to produce a collaborative anthology to modeling the course’s structure upon the leveling-up system of a … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking my way through Kerry’s post — particularly the challenge of “What do I want to do and why do I want to do that?” So there are two things I’m struggling with and they both relate to … Continue reading