This is a sandbox for ideas, subject to revision, and in perpetual beta.
A tweet showed up in my timeline, thanks to @_valeriei, from @raulpacheco talking about how he manages his workflow for printed papers. Here's my digital workflow. It takes a bit of technical setup, but it's worth it.
|Jan-Apr 2020||DS re: digital technology, corporate surveillance in the classroom, multi-access courses @ UVic, leading to a publication||Ch 1-2 of dissertation for candidacy prep|
|May-Aug 2020||On Leave and teaching EDCI 335 online|
Sometimes, things happen in ways that are nothing short of serendipitous. Yesterday was a good example.
I am in the middle of envisioning and building the technical infrastructure for what is intended to be a world-wide initiative.
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Seeber, K. P. (2016). The Failed Pedagogy of Punish...
e-TUG 2018 at Emily Carr University of Art and Design
In class # 2 of EDCI 681, we were assigned some homework to work through this Epistemic Beliefs Inventory based on
Adapted from Wang, X., Zhang, Z., Zhang, X., & Hou, D. (2013). Validation of the Chinese version of the Epistemic Beliefs Inventory using confirmatory factor analysis. International Education Studies, 6(8), 98-111.