Post Once, Reply Twice… But Why?

This one is from the IDD Blog from the Center for Teaching and Learning at DePaul University. At some point–even prior to the start of COVID-19–most online instructors have relied on the ‘Post Once, Reply Twice’ formula for their online discussions. It is unclear where this formula originated, but like the Pot Roast Principle, there…

Post Once, Reply Twice… But Why?

Personal blogging

David Hopkins recently shared a thought from Monique Judge regarding the state of social media and where personal blogs might fit. The part that stuck out to me, which I Tweeted out (but am including here to try to be better about the habit) is: The biggest reason personal blogs need to make a comeback…

Personal blogging

Pressbooks sustainability question

Pressbooks sustainability question came in via Stephen’s Web ~ OLDaily . Original Post. If you were a Pressbooks.com user you are likely aware now that the service is changing over to Pressbooks.pub. That is not the only news that came with the announcement. The product is moving towards something more akin to what I’ve been…

Pressbooks sustainability question

2022 Top Tools for Learning

Via Stephen Downes It is time again for my top 10 list of learning tools for Jane Hart’s Annual Top Tools for Learning roundup. Submit your top tools by August 25th I see many friends and colleagues across Canada blogging their responses to this call. You can find Stephen’s list, D’Arcy Norman’s list, and Colin…

2022 Top Tools for Learning

Getting into the online learning industry

Both Tony Bates, and Stephen Downes have commented on the article, Getting into the online learning industry so I thought why not throw in my 2-cents. If you follow me on Twitter you might have noticed that I often share out instructional design (and sometimes ID adjacent) job postings. While I focus primarily on higher…

Getting into the online learning industry