Posts by "wiobyrne"

Too Long: Didn’t Read #166

Thinking of better than thisTL;DR #166 - 9/22/2018 TL;DR is a weekly look at the news in technology, education, and literacy. I’m seeking to keep you on top of the news so you can be the expert. This week I published the following: Digitally Native Scholarship - I’m working on a manuscript with some colleagues…

Digitally Native Scholarship

I've experimented open scholarship or research in online and hybrid spaces over the last decade. Most of this has been motivated by initial questions about new and digital tools/spaces, and wondering why we cannot use them for research and scholarship. Across this work, I've tried to document my thinking and reflect on these experiences in…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #165

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Children as customers TL;DR #165 - 9/14/2018 TL;DR is a weekly look at the news in technology, education, and literacy. I’m seeking to keep you on top of the news so you can be the expert. This week has been a jumble as we’ve been preparing for…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #164

Making sense of self-assessment TL;DR #164 - 9/7/2018 TL;DR is a weekly look at the news in technology, education, and literacy. I’m seeking to keep you on top of the news so you can be the expert. The GIF I shared above is from a tweet from Drew Spangler. I love the placement and use…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #163

Dealing with the long tail TL;DR #163 - 8/24/2018 Welcome to Issue #163 of Too Long; Didn't Read. Each week I highlight some of the things I think you should be reading in terms of education, technology, and literacy. Enjoy. :) Here’s some of what I posted this week: B-Tags, Photos, Technology, & Surveillance -…

Too Long; Didn’t Read #162

Would you rather receive this in your inbox? Subscribe here. Pausing in stride TL;DR #162 - 8/24/2018 Welcome to the end of a busy week. Let’s get started. Here’s some of what I posted this week: Assistive Technology - I’m compiling some research and resources on present and future uses of technology to support and enable…

Assistive Technology

Assistive Technology (AT) is an entrenched aspect of the educational process.  All individuals who play a role in the adoption, application, and acceptance of AT in the classroom must be considered. The role of the school systems and teachers who are Individual Education Team (IEP) members has long been acknowledged. Notwithstanding, the role of the…