Gardner Campbell's Open Education 2012 Keynote

Gardner Campbell did the opening keynote at the Open Education 2012 conference in Vancouver this year. It was an inspiring call for us to snap out of the literal and measured stages of openness and implementation, and to take the supersonic bunny hop into something bigger. 1 Watch the presentation. Take the bunny hop. Then, he kicked out the jams in a studio session. Then, of course, he did it again. [Read More]

Notes: New Horizons: A personal cyberinfrastructure

Cambpell, G. (2009). New Horizons: A personal cyberinfrastructure. EDUCAUSE review. 44 (5) pp. 58-59. The article is intended to be used as a manifesto for institutional change, rather than a research-based paper. Some of it is a bit hyped, but the foundation is sound. In building that personal cyberinfrastructure, students not only would acquire crucial technical skills for their digital lives but also would engage in work that provides richly teachable moments ranging from multimodal writing to information science, knowledge management, bibliographic instruction, and social networking. [Read More]