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It seems to me like we've talke about that before?
  • Teaching other literacies/modes of communication - twitter conversation originating from Dean's tweet. Would Kelly be interested in participating in a discussion? He seemed to have some good counter-points.
  • Mike Wesch's talk at the U of R.
  • Suggestions from Rick: What are some of the tools that offend open approaches (reinforcing traditional ways of learning) versus tools that liberate and promote change. Here's another way to ask it: what tools really scare people we introduce them to, and why? (The news story and Will Richardson's post re: students having cell phones taken away is a great example. This might be a timely discussion - R)