Unlimited Magazine: The Wild World of Massively Open Online Courses

[Unlimited Magazine](http://www.unlimitedmagazine.com) just [ran an article by Emily Senger on the massively open online course experience](http://www.unlimitedmagazine.com/2010/09/the-wild-world-of-massively-open-online-courses/). It's a good overview of open online learning, and is definitely worth reading - if only for the 6 paragraphs featuring yours truly... They also spent some of the article talking with people that actually taught the course. > George Siemens, along with colleague Stephen Downes, tried out the open course concept in fall 2008 through the University of Manitoba in a course called Connectivism and Connective Knowledge, or CCK08 for short....

September 1, 2010 · 1 min

2 photographs printed in Alberta Views magazine

I love Creative Commons. Because I tagged my photos with a CC license, a small and local magazine found some of my photographs, and was able to use them in a recent issue. I didn't make a penny, and it didn't cost them a penny. But they were able to find good images for what they needed, and I get to say my photos are in a magazine. Win/win.

March 26, 2009 · 1 min

The National Geographic Ritual

The latest National Geographic came in the mail today. I find it a little ironic that a magazine that's had such a strong bent toward showcasing the effects of global warming is printed on dead trees and trucked around the world to be delivered into our mailboxes, but whatever... When I get a fresh new NG, I have a ritual I follow. act all giddy and excited, like a kid with a new present carefully peel the brown wrapper off, so as to not rip the precious cargo inside....

May 29, 2007 · 3 min