Category Archives: open education

STEMmED People Make Me Proud

Make me proud of the joyful collaborative spirit that produced eight years of extraordinary life. Well, it’s time now to fold our dear project STEMmED (STEM EDucation) which has been running since 2009 in two editions separated by one year … Continue reading

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Opening the Ivory Tower

I had a great time at the Faculty Resource Network’s 2014 Symposium, last week’s Friday and Saturday in San Juan, with talks from John Sexton, NYU’s President and UPR’s and Sagrado’s Presidents, both current and emeritus. My own presentation was … Continue reading

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Three persons; one passion to learn and change

After one week has passed since the New Web Symposium of Sept. 3rd, I cannot but remember our three speakers and their different backgrounds. I linked their presentations and wrote a summary of other people’s notes of their talks here: … Continue reading

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Live event for my MCW class

Experimenting a live event Monday, May 3rd at 10am (UT-4, Puerto Rico) with my students of Web Content Management, MCW2010. We’ll be using Vokle, for the beautiful sake of it. See you there!

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TEDxNYED, the Videos and the Discussion

TEDxNYED: Independently organized TED event Examining the role of new media and technology in shaping the future of education Andy Carvin Michael Wesch Henry Jenkins Lawrence Lessig Jeff Jarvis George Siemens Those were some of my heroes lined up at … Continue reading

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