Reply to Greg McVerry

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 lrmi.dublincore.org ? I don’t think it’s exactly what you are looking to create, but it may be relevant to your interests.

1 response on “Reply to Greg McVerry”

  1. Kimberly,

    Thanks for sharing. I am interested in any historical efforts to create standards around learning and mark up/. Especially since it had Hewlett Packard Foundation money behind it. They fund most of the open ed movement (which usually has to pivot or dry up when H/P goes another direction)

    It does seem these are built more on rdf implementation. I am attracted more to microformats2 just because its easier for people to read and use.

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