Great Ideas Syllabus and a Trailer:

Mike Wesch gave me (and I’m sure many others) great vibes with his over-hyped trailer for one of his courses.

So I made one for my Computing Fundamentals course, which has gone through a redesign process based on syndication, reclaiming blogging and connected-course-ism.

The Web-living part of the course,, having borrowed all I could from the ideas of people like Jim Groom, Alan Levine, Gardner Campbell et al., is also heavily inspired from the Connected Courses philosophy of the Digital Media & Learning research hub.

Now that we are approaching Thanksgiving, let me thank my students of the two sections I am teaching now: #inf1031 and #inf1038. You can follow our conversations on Twitter through the two previous links.

About Antonio Vantaggiato

Professor, web2.0 enthusiast, and didactic chef.
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