Replied to 👓 Announcing @IndieWebCamp New Haven Keynote | Greg McVerry by Chris AldrichChris Aldrich
Read Announcing @IndieWebCamp New Haven Keynote by Greg McVerry Greg McVerry ( am happy to announce that Kimberly Hirsh will join us as the key note for IndieWebCamp New Haven. I can’t wait to hear what Kimberly Hirsh comes up with for the upcoming camp! Syndicat...
I can’t wait to see what I come up with, either! I’ve been trying to track down other keynotes via the IndieWeb YouTube channel to see what kind of thing people generally do. Any suggestions, either for topic or examples? (Right now I’m brainstorming something about the IndieWeb as a Connected Learning environment, but I’m not sure if that’s the kind of thing that makes sense.)
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Fix my site's subscription/mail functionality so that I can better control what current subscribers get and allow for more options for future subscribers.
I started implementing separate RSS feeds for different types of content a while back but just set them up to appear in the content search in readers like Feedly. They look great. Thanks for the walkthrough, Chris!
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@allisunrae I’m definitely still working on the critique part. But honestly, if you simultaneously synthesize instead of summarize AND provide a strong description of each study’s context, methods, and results, you’ll be way ahead of most people.
Replied to Control not Disruption as My #IndieWeb Goal by Greg McVerryGreg McVerry (INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION)
I hate disruption. The word, not the noun. Disruption occurs everywhere but it is rarely a goal we should strive for in education. We band it about like many cliches in edtech: personalized learning, blockchain, badges, and Web 2.0. Yet nothing gets disrupted in schools. The term disruption evolved ...
With respect to standardized markup around online courses, are you familiar with ? I don’t think it’s exactly what you are looking to create, but it may be relevant to your interests.