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leadership learning

A Case for Collaborative Technology – What Klaatu Didn’t Say

Close to 40 years ago the Club of Rome published a report called Limits to Growth. In it they described the global problematique due in part to the physical limitations of our small and interconnected world. In a nutshell they said that we live on a small planet with limited resources and that if we […]

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learning technology

Do you have a personal cyberinfrastructure?

It’s week one of Jim Groom’s MOOC Digital Storytelling also known as #ds106 and I find myself reflecting on the difference between being creative and being innovative and how that difference is what intimidates me about this course. Above is a wordle of one part of the first assignment which was to read Gardner Campbell’s […]

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technology

QR Codes – The Basics

Just before Christmas I saw my first real life QR (Quick Response) code, in the government liquor store in Chilliwack. It was on an ad for wine and I would have checked it out if my hands weren’t full and if the store¬†wasn’t¬†packed with last minute spirit shoppers. I have to say, I was genuinely […]