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Friday, March 16

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Tuesday, July 25

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    Picture This: Creativity and Connectivity via Photos
    Alan Levine doing 15 minutes for UW Bothell 2017 ELearning Symposium "Learning Everywhere"
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Friday, June 16

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    2017
    AboutCC Certificates: Spread the Cred (April 2017) Creative Commons Global Summit; co-presented with Paul Stacey, Kelsey Wiens, Kamil Śliwowski
    A Shotgun Marriage: Smallest? Possible? Learning? Online? Tools? (June 2017) Domains 2017 conference. A SPLOT demo with Brian Lamb
    DS106's Indie Waves of Blog Syndication, Daily Creates, & an Open Assignment Bank Are Yours to Rock With as Templated Wordpress Themes (June 2017) Domains 2017 Conference
    Small Design Steps Can Go A Long Way For Open Community Tools (June 2017) Domains 2017 Conference- copresented with Tanya Dorey-Elias
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    In the MOOD: Building the Creative Commons Certification (November 2016) co-presented with Paul Stacey at the 2016 Open Education conference in Richmond, VA.
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Monday, June 12

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    At the time of this organization’s first conference gathering at Tarkio College, I was engaged in the kind of screen time kids did in the late 1960s - television. It seemed probable that in the far off future of 2017 we’d be zipping to the 50th conference in the flying cars the Jetsons promised us. While that has not panned out, much of our current technology would seem fanciful in 1968. Yet what has been most interesting then and moving ahead is less about the hardware and more about the stories, connections and relationships of the people inside the cars. Jump into the flying car of my mind to dart through back through time, ponder what makes learning memorable, find our place of wonder, and explore the power of structured serendipity as we gaze into the next 50 years.
    Slides
    Audio recording of presentation http://cogdogblog.com/wp-content/audio/ascue2017.mp3
    Sites Mentioned (and maybe more)
    50 Years of the Jetsons: Why The Show Still Matters (Smithsonian magazine) http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/50-years-of-the-jetsons-why-the-show-still-matters-43459669/
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Sunday, June 11

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    At the time of this organization’s first conference gathering at Tarkio College, I was engaged in the kind of screen time kids did in the late 1960s - television. It seemed probable that in the far off future of 2017 we’d be zipping to the 50th conference in the flying cars the Jetsons promised us. While that has not panned out, much of our current technology would seem fanciful in 1968. Yet what has been most interesting then and moving ahead is less about the hardware and more about the stories, connections and relationships of the people inside the cars. Jump into the flying car of my mind to dart through back through time, ponder what makes learning memorable, find our place of wonder, and explore the power of structured serendipity as we gaze into the next 50 years.
    Slides
    Sites Mentioned (and maybe more)
    50 Years of the Jetsons: Why The Show Still Matters (Smithsonian magazine) http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/50-years-of-the-jetsons-why-the-show-still-matters-43459669/
    Bret Victor biography http://worrydream.com/#!/Bio
    The Project Gutenberg EBook of Enquire Within Upon Everything http://www.gutenberg.org/files/10766/10766-h/10766-h.htm
    The World Wide Web: A very short personal history by Tim Berners-Lee May 7, 1998 http://www.w3.org/People/Berners-Lee/ShortHistory.html
    Dexter’s Picture http://www.reddit.com/r/pics/comments/19lzy5/this_is_my_son_dexter_he_picked_these_flowers/
    The Amazing Unknown Flower Story http://stories.cogdogblog.com/unknown-flower/
    True Stories of Open Sharing http://stories.cogdogblog.com
    Making / Telling Stories That Matter (Skidmore College, March 2014) http://cogdog.wikispaces.com/Skidmore+Storytelling
    Introduction to Storytelling (Experiential Learning Series talk, Thompson Rivers University) http://cogdog.trubox.ca/2015/01/16/introduction-to-storytelling-experiential-learning-series-talk/
    DS106 Digital Storytelling http://ds106.us/
    Five Card Flickr Stories http://5card.cogdogblog.com/
    Pechaflickr http://pechaflickr.net
    Kurt Vonnegut The Shape of Stories http://youtu.be/oP3c1h8v2ZQ
    Paul Zak: Empathy, Neurochemistry, and the Dramatic Arc http://youtu.be/DHeqQAKHh3M
    How I Reverse Engineered Google Docs (James Somers) http://features.jsomers.net/how-i-reverse-engineered-google-docs/
    Reclaim Hosting http://reclaimhosting.com
    Reclaim Hosting Domain of One's Own https://reclaimhosting.com/domain-of-ones-own/
    How Adam West Played a Prank (boingboing) from BoingBoing http://boingboing.net/2017/06/10/how-adam-west-played-a-prank-u.html
    Structured Serendipity (Jason Zweig) http://www.edge.org/response-detail/10153
    do not track documentary https://donottrack-doc.com/
    Privacy Basics: Protect your data (M0zilla) https://learning.mozilla.org/en-US/activities/protect-your-data/
    The Five Days of Privacy (Commons Sense) https://www.commonsense.org/education/privacy/blog/five-days-of-privacy-2016-in-person
    Digital Polarization Initiative http://digipo.io/
    Catfishing https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catfishing
    I Am Alan Levine, These Are My Photos http://cogdogblog.com/i-am-alan/
    The Future and It's Enemies (Virginia Postrel) https://vpostrel.com/future-and-its-enemies
    Is 'The Jetsons' flying car finally here? (CNN) http://www.cnn.com/2014/04/07/tech/are-flying-cars-finally-becoming-a-reali

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Thursday, May 11

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    At the time of this organization’s first conference gathering at Tarkio College, I was engaged in the kind of screen time kids did in the late 1960s - television. It seemed probable that in the far off future of 2017 we’d be zipping to the 50th conference in the flying cars the Jetsons promised us. While that has not panned out, much of our current technology would seem fanciful in 1968. Yet what has been most interesting then and moving ahead is less about the hardware and more about the stories, connections and relationships of the people inside the cars. Jump into the flying car of my mind to dart through back through time, ponder what makes learning memorable, find our place of wonder, and explore the power of structured serendipity as we gaze into the next 50 years.
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    At the time of this organization’s first conference gathering at Tarkio College, I was engaged in the kind of screen time kids did in the late 1960s - television. It seemed probable that in the far off future of 2017 we’d be zipping to the 50th conference in the flying cars the Jetsons promised us. While that has not panned out, much of our current technology would seem fanciful in 1968. Yet what has been most interesting then and moving ahead is less about the hardware and more about the stories, connections and relationships of the people inside the cars. Jump into the flying car of my mind to dart through back through time, ponder what makes learning memorable, find our place of wonder, and explore the power of structured serendipity as we gaze into the next 50 years.
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