digital media and learning

**Next Connected Learning Webinar: Thurs, March 28, 10-11am PT**http://bit.ly/WJAXQY Chris Lehmann - Inquiry: The Very First Step In the Process of Learning"How do we learn? What can we create? What does it mean to lead?"Insights from the founding principal of Philadelphia's Science Leadership Academy (http://scienceleadership.org). *Ways To Participate*1. Join the Google+ Hangout with Chris:...
Read John's full post on DMLcentral.net: http://bit.ly/115j4Mr. You can also Follow him on Twitter at @johnmjones.------------------------Excerpts from "Writing for Interaction" We do not yet have robust tools for creating interactive reading experiences...The promise of location-aware books (http://bit.ly/Z9AOTt) suggests one way in which books can provide more interaction, but they have yet to...
Watch this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ij6YXwh4X9U&feature=youtu.be I would like to introduce you to one of my favorite voices out there Jay Smooth. In this video, which is part of a series of videos, he elaborates upon what he calls the “Little Hater.”  The Little Hater is the voice, mostly inside your head, though can be heard from numerous agents in our life, often blocks us from...
This post, an excerpt from a longer piece, summarizes themes and cases from early fieldwork I conducted on the Hive NYC Learning Network. If you're interested in reading more, you can download the full pre-publication draft of this research: Both R&D and Retail: Hive NYC as Infrastructure for Learning Innovation.  Starting back in March 2012, I began ethnographic fieldwork looking at the...
Inspiration Peter Kittle’s multi-modal presentation of James Gee’s learning theory takes viewers to the core of Gee’s work. Through a series of videos, still images, and website screen shots merged with narration and music, Gee’s ideas easily reach the viewer. Kittle’s video inspired this project.