May 2013

All the rest

This is not my web

So after a lot of thought, I've decided to scrap the comments section of Hack Education. — Audrey Watters (@audreywatters) May 16, 2013 I saw this tweet pass by my stream earlier today, so went to read the post. Then I started digging around the site and realized Audrey has not just turned off […]


Remix my words

A tweet from Emma (@sunnydeveloper) just made my day. [blackbirdpie url=”″] The backstory A few months ago I wrote a blog post titled Open is an attitude in which I used a project that Emma and I worked on (Mozilla HackJam) to illustrate some of the ways in which “open” influenced how that event unfolded. […]


You don't have to wait for BCcampus

I’ve been on the road for the past 3 weeks speaking to educators in this province about the BC open textbook project attending & presenting at a number of BCCAT articulation committee meetings and various institutional and provincial faculty professional development events. There was also a trip to Houston, Texas in there to attend the […]


Into the great wide open

Had the opportunity to channel my inner Brian Lamb and talk about open education this week at the 2013 Tourism Educators Conference at Royal Roads University. Here are the slides from my presentation, released CC-BY so feel free to download and use any you wish. Into the Great Wide Open from Clint lalonde


Changing my CC license

This blog used to be licensed with a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share-Alike license (CC-BY-NC-SA). That changed today when I decided to remove the NC and SA clauses and just make it CC-BY. As part of the BCcampus open textbook project, I’ve been digging deep into researching the various types of CC licenses. After seeing […]