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May 09, 2013

The Digital Fault Line: Parents, Teachers, and Normal

Final post in a series about evolving notions of the digital divide.

March 23, 2013

MOOCs and Higher Education's Non-Consumers

Examining three populations of higher education "non-consumers" who are joining the emerging market for Massive Open Online Courses.

February 07, 2013

Connected Learning and the Unclear Road to Equity

Raising questions about the viability of Connected Learning to address fundamental inequalities in learning opportunities.

January 10, 2013

What I Learned in 100 Posts

Reflections on a year of blogging.

December 26, 2012

Scaling MOOCs, Fast and Slow

Imagining an strategy for scaling online learning that scales community rather than scaling distribution mechanisms.

December 08, 2012

The Informal Instructional Core and Teaching the Village

If it takes a village to teach a child, let's design systems that teach the village.

October 04, 2012

Take the Internet Speed Test in your School!

How fast is the broadband in your school building?

September 05, 2012

Cyberbullying: What's Different, and What's Not, about Meanness Online

One of my best guides to cyberbullying has always been Anne Collier of, who has been thinking great thoughts about online safety for over a decade.

July 12, 2012

What we Lose with Personalization (Part 2)

Personalization optimizes on observable characteristics. Lots of things we care about are not easy or inexpensive to computationally observe.

June 04, 2012

What Would You Do With Years of Online Discussion Data?

Back in April, after my AERA talks on Are Great Wikis Born or Made? (born) and Do People Actually Collaborate on Wikis? (not much), Emily Schneider invited me out to coffee. She's a first year doctoral student at Stanford&mdashthe hope of the profession!&mdashand she has some cool research plans ahead about the role of technology and learning in for profit colleges.

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